go here Spring is around the corner and I can’t wait because the weather is already starting to warm up and the days are slowly starting to get longer.
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http://arghakhanchisaptahik.com/feeds/425543571458874262/comments/default So here is an outfit idea to help you transition into spring!
The Spring Transition
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Also, not only is this outfit ideal for more casual work environments but it’s also a great alternative to the typical all-red valentine’s day inspired looks that you all have been seeing everywhere.
Last but certainly not least, my interest in denim continues to grow and I’m already working on some new more content for Denim Week 2017!
I also picked up these raw selvedge denim jeans from Jack Threads and I couldn’t be more impressed with the quality. Not only do they fit great but they’re also way more affordable than some of the other raw denim jeans on the market.
Honestly, I’m just excited for those natural fades to start developing on the pockets, behind the knees, and on the thighs!
As always, thanks for reading!
The Dapper Advisor
This post is in collaboration with Jack Threads but as always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.