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Hew New Englanders- did you EVER think we’d get warm weather like this again? Isn’t it MAGICAL??? I can barely contain myself- literally- I want to spend every waking second outside soaking up the sun and warm breezes. But it did kind of come on all of the sudden, leaving me with “I hate all my spring clothes” fever. So I partnered with J. McLaughlin to showcase a his and hers spring outfit that works for just about anyone- in case y’all are looking for some inspiration and ideas. Also, just for you a 15% off discount today through the 11th with code JMCLSTYLE.

As you may know, I love stripes. Like LOVE,LOVE stripes. I have 427 striped 3/4 sleeve shirts but shockingly, had no striped t-shirt dresses. This one is great because it’s not too short, not too long (on my 5′ 9″ frame- so shorter ladies may want to size down a full size or even two- I’m wearing a small) and it’s made of THICK cotton. Flimsy, thin material in this application just highlights everything you don’t want to show off (plus underwear lines) so I adore the weight of it. Comes in lots of colors too. Paired it with a patterned scarf and the CUTEST little rattan bag that my mom totally eyeballed hard when she stopped by this week– so if you need a mother’s day gift, I suggest  you pop into a store and grab one of them and get wrapping. Oh also, I cut all my hair off this week. Surprise!

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Dress // Bag // Scarf

I got Andrew into the game too. He wears basically a uniform all spring of button down/ shorts/ flip flops. He loooooved this shirt in the trim fit and the bright plaid linen is fun for spring.  The shorts fit him great too, and he’s 6′ 4″ so sometimes we have trouble. Oliver also says hello and please pass the chicken.

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Sweater // Shirt // Shorts

And because we can’t take ourselves too seriously, Andrew’s best “model” pose. :)

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*This post was sponsored by J.Mclaughlin. Thanks for supporting EOS.

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