Spring Styles & Shades of Blue from Fashom

New season, new Fashom box! I’m sharing all the details and my thoughts of the goodies that were found in my latest Spring box from Fashom. Directly from my living room…

This post is in collaboration with Fashom. All words and opinions are my own, as always.

While you can request a box from Fashom anytime you like for any reason, occasion or even on the regular; I always prefer to request one with the changing of the seasons. It’s kind of like a spruce for a my wardrobe that comes quarterly. Fashom is a non-subscription service and your first styling session is always free. After that it’s only $20 that you get credited back towards any purchase from that box. I like that you get to see the options before they are shipped to you! Choose at least five from the list that your stylist gives you and then the box is on it’s way!

I kept it pretty vague in my request for my stylist this time around, I said I wanted “Spring styles and shades of blue!” That pretty much sums up my mood about Spring. The box I received filled with florals, gingham and the nod to the 70’s did not disappoint!

Christ & Carol: London Plaid Top // I adore gingham! So, this navy print had me swooning the minute I took it out of the box. The fit is more of a loose baby doll type style that seems to be popular right now. It definitely has me dreaming of picnics!

Christ & Carol: Grace Long Dress with Pockets // Y’all know I’m a sucker for a dress with pockets! Yes!! The large flowers had me thinking 70’s vibes too which have totally made a comeback lately. (I see you bell bottoms!) Not to mention the little ruffle on the sleeves. Maxi’s are perfect this time of year as you never know what kind of weather we will have. It’s got hints of winter in the morning with summer vibes in the afternoon, then all the seasons in between. Yes, here in Michigan we are seasonally confused as we experience them all in one day.

Umgee USA: Short Waffle Knit Sleeve V-Neck Top // Texture, bright florals… eek! Talk about my kinda top! The back is actually a grey striped pattern for an extra surprise! I love the rolled sleeve details and the v-neck with the grey coming in from the back to tie it all together.

Chris & Carol: Brushed Knit Floral Midi Dress // This blue dress was love at first sight when I clicked “ship to me” from the choices my stylist gave me! Somehow, I just knew! Then, I secretly prayed that it would fit perfectly until it arrived. You never know. Am I right?! Thankfully, it fit like a glove! Clearly, I never wanted to take it off! It’s a classic wrap style dress in a bright blue floral print. The material is actually a little thicker than you would normally imagine, which I really like as it’s a bit cooler in my climate. Which makes it perfect and heavy duty for this time of year! Not to mention, I can still layer with it if need be. Although, it’s a knockout on it’s own!

Umgee: Dixie Waffle Knit Top with Raw Edge // These sleeves were so much fun! I literally have outtake pictures of me “flying” with these sleeves! This boho chic top is filled with textures and shades of blue. It’s actually pretty light weight, making it perfect for Spring! The raw edges and textures are perfect for that casual vibe.

So, what did I keep? I actually only kept one item from my box this round…. You guessed it, the blue floral midi dress of course! Clearly I just didn’t want to take it off! I can’t wait to rock it more this Spring… outside of my living room!

Haven’t tried Fashom yet? Get $10 off with my link here! $1 from every box also goes to Second Chance Rescue in NYC. $10 off, free styling for the first box, $1 for charity… really there is no downside to trying it out! Have a blessed week y’all and I hope you enjoy your first Fashom box!

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