A Nautical Spring Outfit

Pittsburgh’s Point State Park is one of the prettiest places to take in the city and the perfect location for this nautical spring outfit.

The combination of stripes, crisp whites, and espadrille wedges is a classic summer combination, and for good reason. I favor this look for its overall simplicity and comfort, and adore its effortless New England feel.

My white jeans are on constant rotation during the springtime. When you want all of your outfits to look bright and easy, a pair of white jeans are the perfect complement to spring pastels and breezy tops–especially those off the shoulder ruffle tops that we all swoon over.

Today’s look is a really simple weekend ensemble that works for anything you have going on. You can shop all of the pieces below. As always, feel free to contact me with any questions.

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Tee: old (similar); Jeans: Madewell: Jacket: J.Crew; Bag: Kate Spade (old, similar here); Watch: Daniel Wellington; Sunglasses: Ray-Ban (old, similar here); Wedges: Nine West (old, similar here)

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Lauren is the creator of the lifestyle blog, Wellesley & King. Like many modern women, she aims to balance her busy career and personal life with style and grace. Wellesley & King is devoted to providing inspiration to modern women everywhere, looking to bring simple and attainable style to all areas of their busy lives. Welcome!

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