This top... Oh this top. A piece from the Deyrolle Pour Opening Ceremony collection. Alexa Chung donned the maxi dress in this print and I instantly fell in love with it. This isn't a feasible future purchase, but hey, this is just a wish list anyways.
$59.99 (in-store) / $110 online
This skirt is dreamy, girly, floral perfection. How about that styling? It's goes so well with chambray. J. Crew's spring collection is a hit and this is just one of the quintessential pieces from the collection. Saw and tried on this on my last visit to J. Crew... "Want, want want!" was all that went through my poor college student mind.
This spotted frock is from the Lark & Wolf by Steven Alan collection from Urban Outfitters. It's got that tiny bit of retro but classic element as well. The baby pleats also add some nice texture.
This is kind of a modified fisherman sweater, which was a popular trend this past A/W season. The River Island Aran Button Back Sweater from Asos is kind of an easy piece, pairable with almost everything from shorts to skinnys, over a dress or tucked in a skirt.
$328 (on sale)
Okay, this Won Hundred jacket isn't a spring arrival, but it's quite wearable year round. Found this on Dear Fieldbinder the other day, so it's not exactly another feasible buy. But really, that dark khaki color is gorgeous.
Dolce Vita's are always on girls' wishlists. These Marcela Suede Oxfords are interesting with the detailed patterns and tassels. They also come in magenta and khaki. Satiate your inner ivy.
The Vamoose on Etsy has been creating some of the most beautiful jewelry I've seen in a long time, and at prices that aren't too steep. These Citrine Drop necklaces supposedly bring success and prosperity to business and would look lovely on any girl.
$157.50 (on sale)
I'm in need desperate need of a new wallet. This Kate Spade Head in the Sand Cyndy Envelope Wallet would do much justice! Especially with the ostrich-embossed texture and the pyramidal turn-lock encloser - so chic!
Marc by Marc Jacobs... Need I say more? This is the Bianca Clutch, and I saw it and held it for approximately 15 minutes at Bloomingdales. This of course isn't in my budget, but I still felt the internet needed to know that this beauty existed. If anyone feels so inclined to get this for me, well, I won't stop you (I joke, I joke - kind of).
P.S.: I ended up snagging this clutch from Madewell instead.
Are there any lovely things on your spring wish list? Till next time readers!