Spring Neutrals

March 22, 2017   /   byAnh  / Categories :  Feeds

st-john-spring-1st-john-spring-2st-john-spring-3st-john-spring-4st-john-spring-5 Spring neutrals in my new favorite trench by St. John – love the deep chic color and luxurious (but relaxed!) drape. It’s perfect for work and weekends, over jeans or trousers alike.

Thanks for visiting and happy Wednesday!

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Items thanks to St. John (more Spring looks here!)
Soft drape suiting trench (here)
Soft drape suiting pant (here)
Button front shell (here)

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