5 Essentials For Spring

You may remember last week I was going to a Macy’s fashion show to learn about the 5 essentials for the Spring from Daniel Musto. When I got there it was great because not only was Daniel Musto explaining the Spring Essentials, but the Macy’s buyer, Caprice Willard was there as well. Caprice is also a judge on the NBC show Fashion Star.

Caprice & David

The best part was that instead of 5 essentials for Spring there were actually 6. There wasn’t an outfit they showed that I didn’t want to buy myself. Here are the 6 essentials you need to know for Spring:

Bold Graphics

yellow pants

Pair black and white with a bold piece like these Kensie yellow and black banded pant.

Peplum Detail

Peplum Collage

Peplum details come in so many different varieties. Although, many don’t think so peplum is universally flattering. A peplum top like the Denim & Supply by Ralph Lauren chambray peplum bustier or a peplum skirt like the W118 by Walter Baker textured skirt.

Moto Jackets

moto jacket Collage

Moto jackets come in many different incarnations these days, not just leather. The Rachel by Rachel Roy metallic linen and INC blue faux leather moto jackets are both examples of that. (I want the INC jacket badly)

Scarf Prints

scarf print Collage

Scarf prints come in many different print types and two totally different examples are the Vince Camuto orange scarf print skirt and Bar III scarf print dress.


lace Collage

Lace can be found in so many different manifestations that can be a little or a whole heck of a lot. If you want to play down the femininity of lace add a masculine piece like a baseball jacket like the Kensie one above. The 3 lace pieces above are the wide array to show off your lace in the W1118 by Walter Baker ivory lace dress, Anna Sui lace skirt and INC white lace jacket.

The Printed Pant

flower pants Collage

I know that so many people have huge trepidation in taking on the printed pant, but what you should realize it can be done in so many different ways. The best advice from David though was if you are heavy on the bottom make the background to the print a darker color like black or navy. I thought both the Elie Tahari pink and grey floral cropped and Bar III multi scarf print pants were great examples of the differences you can find in a print pant.

With these 5 6 essentials for Spring you can wake up your wardrobe.

This is a sponsored post by Everywhere Society. The opinion above is my own swayed only by my inner Fashionista.

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Candice is a mom of 3 in Los Angeles, CA, and the Owner/Editor-in-Chief of Fashionably Organized. Her obsession with researching products to get the right price, has made her the go-to shopping guru for her friends. Here she writes about fashion, beauty and shares her love for home decor and DIY. In 2012 she began CB Media Solutions her company that offers brands and clients professional virtual assistance and social media consulting.




  1. I did just buy some printed shorts which is way out of character for me. We’ll see if I’m brave enough to wear them!

  2. I can get behind all of these but lace… not that I don’t like lace i just always rip it.

  3. Loving that black and white blazer with the yellow pants!

  4. Love all of these, especially the scarf prints. They’ll be perfect to wear at the Jersey Shore.

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