It’s no secret that the neon trend is here to stay, but I must admit, I’m honestly at a point where I can only tolerate it in small doses. Though striking, I feel like it has been a bit overdone at this point and it may be time to scale back on the fluorescence. I was lucky enough to have recently been contacted by the generous folks at Eggie, and was asked to select a few pieces from their 2019 festival collection. What I love most about this brand, aside from the fact that it was created by a fellow influencer, is the awareness brought to the importance of sustainable clothing; and, as an added bonus, means that these pieces are built to last and can survive in your wardrobe for many seasons to come! (I’ll be featuring more items from this brand in the upcoming blog posts as well so stay tuned!) Over time I’ve slowly become a girl that loves her tailoring, so when I saw this unique cold-shoulder blazer, I knew I had to give it a try. Because this piece is such a standout and has the most beautiful neckline, I didn’t want to over-accessorize with too much jewelry or other garments that might clash. Luckily, I remembered that I had a pair of denim biker shorts coming in the mail and they ended up being the perfect complimentary piece. To brighten up look and play off the seasonal Spring excitement, I couldn’t resist adding a pop of color with a sleek yet vibrant pair of strappy chartreuse mules. Last but certainly not least, I added my vinyl baker boy cap for a bit of edge and my natural woven mini backpack which really pulled out the cream shades in the plaid detail on the jacket. I was beyond pleased with how this outfit turned out and can absolutely see myself rocking it to brunch very soon. Comment below your favorite item from this look and until next time!

Outfit Details & Links:

Blazer- Eggie

Shorts- Mango

Heels- Mango

Hat- Topshop

Backpack- Zara

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