Spring is here! It might or might not feel like it depending on where you live but it is here. In fact just last week we were having perfect weather, it actually felt a little more like summer to me and then we were hit with a cold front this past weekend. That's Texas for ya! Today I want to share a couple of ways you can bring some Spring into your home and share some Spring fashion tips for all your Spring events such as Graduations which are quickly approaching.
Let's start off in the kitchen. Sure flowers are an easy way to bring in some color and cheerfulness into any room but in your kitchen you can use the natural color and beauty found in fruits and veggies. I used this bread bowl from Kohls in my kitchen and purchased some artichokes to brighten things up. Even my husband noticed when we walked into the kitchen after work.
Another way to bring in some color into your kitchen is with a fun rug! I found this chindi rug in the clearance section at my local Kohls and it knew it would go perfect in the kitchen. I love the way the peach color just pops. I'm giving away two of these on instagram so make sure to enter to win one for yourself!
Moving on to the living room. The best way to add some spring is with foliage and pillows. You can bring in color by adding some floral pillows to your couch. I actually just grabbed these from my bedroom to see how they would look in the living room and they worked perfectly! I also used this square serving tray from Kohls for our coffee table and decorated it with a thrifted vase, a faux succulent, some books, and a starburst I had lying around. The best way to decorate is to shop your home, you can move things around and often find things look good and work in almost every room in your home. You can find tons of spring decor items such as the ones I used at Kohls.
Spring is definitely busier than winter when it comes to social events. There are Holidays such as Easter, Weddings, Graduations, and many more. So shopping for Spring clothing is a must but it doesn't have to be expensive or you don't have to buy a dress for every occasion.I actually have my sister and brother in law's graduations & graduation party to attend this Spring. So here is a way you can save a bit by using the same dress for two different events. I went to my local Kohls and found a Lauren Conrad dress that is perfect to dress up or down. I plan to wear this to one of the graduations dressed down and then dress it up a bit for the party that night.
The casual/dressed down outfit includes the dress, a simple necklace, cute flats, and a cute cross-body bag. There tends to be a lot of walking and stairs in graduations so flats are a must.
Do you have any Spring events scheduled? Share some of your tips below...
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