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Photos by Brandon Hill
Transitions, transitions, transitions… I probably sound like a broken record at this point. But, let’s be real here, the transitional periods in between seasons are always the hardest—and I think winter to spring is the most difficult of all.
After being all bundled up during the winter months (unless you’re a fellow Texan… pretty sure we didn’t even have a winter) everyone is always eager to make the switch to spring clothes. However, most places are still experiencing cold climates right now. Even here in Texas the mornings are oftentimes chilly!
Enter this moth print top, aka the perfect transitional piece no matter where you’re located. The soft baby blue is spring appropriate, as is the etherial moth print. Additionally, the silky material is lightweight, but the long sleeves work well for cooler days. Pair it with some white jeans like I did to make it extra springy! And if tops aren’t your thing, there is also a dress version with the same print.
The thing I love most about this top is the fit. Overall I found it to be extremely comfortable and flattering. It is just the right amount of loose and relaxed so it doesn’t drown you. Being a petite, this is something that I oftentimes have a hard time with. Moral of the story? This is a top you’ll want to grab before it sells out. Get the details down below!