If New York City’s recent temperature spike is any indication, then my spring wardrobe is about to come out of hibernation. Finally, I can tuck away my gloves, scarves and heavy winter coats, and bust out dresses sans tights, and high heels that aren’t some sort of boot. After heading to my local Macy’s (yes, the amazing, over-the-top Herald Square location), besides being lost in a sea of jewelry and shoes, I found some colorful red jewelry and silver accessories that I had to have for spring. The pieces are fun and vibrant — and my favorite part is being able to incorporate them into my wardrobe seamlessly. Here’s how I styled a brunch outfit and a date night outfit using red and silver accessories from INC International Concepts available only at Macy’s. I have a feeling these silver heels and sparkly baubles will be getting a ton of mileage all season long.
This Printed Pleated Flare Dress ($119.50) is the perfect springtime staple. I accessorized it with a pair of red INC International Concepts Teardrop Earrings ($26.50) and a matching Floral Stone Cuff ($34.50) to bring color to the daytime look. This combination took my neutral black and white dress to the next level. I usually go for flats since I enjoy a city stroll, but I think this will be the year I dress up my brunch outfits. I’ll be showing off my fresh pedicure in these bright Suzi Platform Sandals ($89.50).
Date Night Outfit
I’m usually all for a little black dress when going out for a date night, but since it’s spring, navy and white is a nice update. I like this INC International Concepts Sleeveless Printed Top ($69.50) and Printed Flare Skirt ($79.50) because they have a fun, heart-shaped print and separates are so versatile. Since I’m not a statement accessories type of gal, I went for silver minimalism to accessorize this look. I complemented my outfit with the Three-Part Collar Necklace ($39.50), a Metallic Goldie Tote ($58.99) and silver Rufuss Slide Sandals ($79.50) to make it evening-appropriate, but still true to my style.
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