Table of Contents
- Welcome to the United States of Flawlessness!
- Midwest Modern
- Southern Accents
- West Coast Casual
Welcome to the United States of Flawlessness!
East Coast Chic
From uptown to downtown, these East Coast influencers step out in classics with an edge.
New York | Kimberly Smith
“Because our winters in NY last longer than most, the best way to handle the still-chilly weather this time of year is to wear comfortable layers in pretty spring hues. Even if I’m bundled up, I like to embrace the change of seasons with lighter, softer shades.”—Kimberly of Penny Pincher Fashion
Massachusetts | Alexandra Thomas
“New England can be tricky for fashion in the spring. We get super excited when the weather hits 60 degrees but the next day it could drop back down to 30! You just never know! So, my best styling tip for this time of year is to LAYER LAYER LAYER! I love a nice spring outfit but I always grab a super cute jacket on my way out the door. ”—Alexandra of Learning To Be Fearless
New York | Naty Michele
“I live very close to Manhattan, so I’ve pulled a lot of inspiration from the city life. The style there is so diverse. It’s a little bit of classic chic mixed with an edginess that I really love. I feel that all of this encompasses my own personal style. I’m all about combining timeless staples with trendier pieces.”—Naty Michele of Naty Michele
Maryland | Kimberly Kong
“DMV (aka DC/MD/VA) style is professional and put-together, but I like putting my own twist on things by throwing trendy pieces into the mix.”—Kimberly Kong of Sensible Stylista
New York | Aaron Wester
“Spring is dragging its feet in New York, so my style is dependent on multiple lightweight layers. I need to be prepared for sunny afternoons and chilly evenings! Most New Yorkers opt for black when it’s cold, but I find blue to be a lot more versatile and a great transition color this time of year. I paired these light blue chinos with a striped sweater and hoodie for a laidback nautical look. Boots are an absolute must in the city, but I went with a light brown to will spring to get here faster.”—Aaron Wester of The Modern Otter (love his look? Sign up your guys here!)
The look these Midwestern ladies love: modern basics with an effortless, unstudied air.
Illinois | Blake Von D.
“Chicago is a commuter city where people have great style. So, I try to dress in a way that’s cool and comfortable, but still makes a statement.”—Blake of Blake Von D
Minnesota | Maria Vizuete
“Living in the Midwest, my style revolves around layering. I rely on versatile yet chic pieces that work day-to-day.”—Maria of Mia Mia Mine
These Southern bloggers opt for lightweight wardrobe staples.
Alabama | Africa Miranda
“In the South, April can be a weather rollercoaster. My go-to look involves light layers to get me through a day that can start off 40 degrees and hit 80 by the afternoon.”—Africa Miranda of Beauty by Africa Miranda
Tennessee | Alex McLean
“Spring in Nashville is absolutely beautiful. In April, we can experience extremely warm days or really chilly days. It’s almost like the weather contradicts itself on a regular basis. That being said, it’s super important to always pack a few layers wherever you go. While April in Nashville brings brighter days and trees in bloom, being prepared will never fail you.”—Alex McLean of Lex What Wear
South Carolina | Kelvin Davis
“I style myself based off the weather and mood I’m in. I like functional pieces like a short sleeve Oxford shirt with a chest pocket. I use the pocket to store my phone or sunglasses when I’m not wearing them. Definitely being in the south it can get very warm starting in spring, so I like to wear light colors (pastel) to bring out the aura of spring!”—Kelvin Davis of Notoriously Dapper (love his look? Sign up your guys here!)
Atlanta | Laticia Rolle
“Atlanta has expanded my wardrobe – with four unpredictable seasons, I’ve learned the value of transitional pieces like fun bombers and warm blazers. Living in such a growing and thriving city, my style is inspired by our different communities to dress fearlessly and to embrace my individual style. Individuality is beautiful, and Atlanta allows me to express both my simplistic professional style to my endless, chic, girl’s night out.”—Laticia of BluHazl
Texas | Amy Havins
“I would describe my personal style as polished, feminine and classic. I love living in Dallas because you can really get away with anything when it comes to personal style, so regardless if I am in a dress or my favorite pair of jeans, anything goes!”—Amy Havins of Dallas Wardrobe
West Coast Casual
These West Coast Stitch Fix clients tell us they love (& live in their denim).
Washington | Bailey Chauner
“Springtime in Seattle is not always a smooth transition and can give true meaning to “April showers bring May flowers.” That’s not to say the weather stops me from embracing spring trends, but rather makes me dress more strategically. Dressing for spring in the Pacific Northwest means wearing layers and a variety of fabric types.”—Bailey Chauner of Hot Dress Hot Mess
Utah | Destiney LaVonia
“Spring here in Utah is pretty chilly, so jackets are still a must! I love pattern mixing, and layering a jacket over a cute top to get the perfect look. Never underestimate the power of a good jacket to bring your outfit to the next level, ladies. #protip”—Destiney LaVonia of Mom Crush Monday
How would you describe your regional style? Tell us in the comments below.