Spring Blazer


Hello, friends! I’ve been in NYC for the past week and even though I am sad to not be in one of the greatest cities in the world, I am happy to be back in my own city, especially since that means that I get to show off yet another amazing Veronica Beard piece. I know I’ve gushed about my great love for Veronica Beard many times on my blog, but it’s because I truly love this company. With the many designers and companies I’ve had the pleasure of working with over the years, Veronica Beard has been one of my favorites. Not only are their pieces INCREDIBLE but the whole company is like one big family. When I was in New York, my Veronica Beard contact who is the Associate Director of Digital Content & Social Media, Alex, reached out and wanted to get together so that we could finally meet in person. I was touched. Usually people who work for famous designers don’t reach out let alone follow my content closely to even recognize when I visit their cities. However, Alex was so kind and genuinely wanted to to hang out with me and my sister! She met us at the cutest coffee shop and we all just talked for an hour. Alex was so kind and easy to talk to. She made the entire experience so incredible and I fell in love with brand even more after meeting her!
Which brings me to this blazer. Of course, most people know that Veronica Beard is famous for their incredible blazers and zipped in dickeys so it’s no surprise that this blazer is absolute perfection. I have never owned a grey blazer and I really love how easily it has incorporated itself into my spring wardrobe. I mean, I could literally wear it with anything! For this look, I wanted to toughen it up a little bit with my favorite pair of Re/Done jeans and my Chanel sling backs. I really love how the faded denim and the structure of the blazer both compliment each other and create a much more casual look. Again, Veronica Beard knocks it out of the park with a perfect piece to round out my spring looks!

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