My 2020 Spring Capsule Guide

Spring officially begins in 3 weeks! I can’t believe it’s finally around the corner. I feel like this has been the longest winter in Atlanta and I am so ready for lighter layers. To get ready for the next season, I’ve created a spring capsule guide full of great outfit ideas along with 25 essential pieces your closet should have. From spring perfect jackets to bottoms that can take you to the office to weekend brunch and some great dresses. The latter being my personal favorite for getting into spring mode. And did I mention, almost everything is under $100? Amazing, right?

Get The 2020 Spring Capsule Guide Today!

So to get the spring capsule guide, all you have to do is subscribe below. The guide will be sent directly to your inbox with a welcome note! If you’re already a subscriber, not to worry, this was already sent to you this morning. If you have any issues, feel free to send me a message! You can also sign up again just in case, you won’t be double emailed going forward, promise!

Once you receive the spring capsule guide you can dig in and start browsing! Easily shop each item and also browse all 60 plus outfit combinations. For instance, there are ideas for the office, looks for weekend brunch, and combinations you may never have thought of! I’m hoping you enjoy this spring guide and the new layout. Creating outfits was something new that I added and hope the visual helps to inspire some creative outfits.

You can also browse more spring outfit ideas here. Plus, next week I’ll be sharing my favorite tips for transitioning your wardrobe from winter to summer. From the best tips to essential wardrobe pieces to keep on hand as we make our way into the next season.

Photos by Hannah Lozano

Jessica is an Atlanta life and style blogger. Aiming to bring practical tips to your every day life. Tips that you can easily tackle and make your life feel just a tad more 'put-together'.

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  1. 2.27.20
    Rachel said:

    AHHHH, this is SO exciting, Jessica!! Absolutely love this guide (and all of your other ones, too!) – it is so helpful!