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Some Spring Colors I’m Actually Excited About…

By Unefemme @DejaPseu

Eileen Fisher spring colors

This post is sponsored by Nordstrom. All words, ideas and opinions are my own.

Spring usually isn’t my favorite fashion season. So often I find the colors offered this time of year are either too “sweet” or too washed out. But I’ve noticed those rusty tones that were trending in the fall are making an appearance again in this Spring’s collections, accompanied by some really nice corals.

Top row: sweater | scarf | sweater
Middle row: tunic | jacket | pants
Bottom row: tan sandals | coral sandals

Eileen Fisher’s colors can be hit or miss for me, but the colors in her Spring collection are just fabulous. Serrano is a soft, warm, spicy red that combines well with black, brown, denim, taupe, grey, white and ivory. I’ve purchased the sweater in the upper left corner above, and am planning to include it in my travel wardrobe as a color accent. (The color IRL is a bit softer and less intense than it appears online.) Pink Grapefruit is a cheery, soft coral that would pair well with white, ivory, grey, taupe, navy, denim and brown. That linen jersey tunic shown at the bottom left above might be a good warm weather travel wardrobe piece; could be worn as shown or open as a lightweight topper over a tank top. (It’s also available in other colors.) And because it’s a knit, you get the benefits of linen without the wrinkles.

For those who are looking to build a travel wardrobe around neutrals other than black, check out pieces in Cobblestone. It’s a very soft and wearable taupe, with lots of styles to choose from.

Nordstrom has an awesome selection of Eileen Fisher clothing, shoes and scarves. They carry all size ranges (Misses, Plus and Petites), and offer a wide range of color choices for many pieces. Shipping and returns are free. And if you are a Nordstrom Rewards member, you can earn Triple Points now through Sunday, March 26!

A Few Of My Spring Picks….

Some Spring Colors I’m Actually Excited About…
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