Hello Tuesday! My name is Emily Smith from fashion blog Lovely Deseret! Blush pink may just be the best thing to ever happen to spring style! A blush pink tulle skirt has found its way into my closet and I’m so excited about this pastel Easter look!
When I was little my mom taught me a song that the little kids at my church sing about spring blossoms, it goes like this: “I looked out the window and what did I see? Popcorn popping on the apricot tree!” So I grew up absolutely loving spring blossoms (and they do look a little bit like popcorn!) So for this Easter look I could think of nothing better than posing beneath the largest collection of spring blossoms that I could find at the Utah State Capitol. My amazing photographer Diana Putnam Photography of course did an amazing job, ah what would I do without her!
This blush pink tulle skirt is absolutely perfect! I found it at Downeast Basics (one of my all-time favorite shops!) From it’s flattering knee-length A-line shape to its six-layers of fluffy tulle and elastic waist, it’s stealing the show this spring as far as my Easter looks go! Because of the poofiness of the tulle skirt, I really wanted to wear it with a tighter top to accentuate my waist and create a pretty A-line shape. (Although I styled a tulle skirt with a button-up top a few moths ago and it was super cute too!) I found this darling geometric printed top and tassel bag at Downeast in the same shopping trip last week. I tried them all on together and couldn’t bear to split them up! I found these tan wedges at Charlotte Russe (Buy 2 get the second pair for $10, so yes, that means there’s a second pair of wedges hitting the blog soon!) This combination of different textures, prints, and fabrics makes this so much fun to both wear and see!
I’m so excited to be sharing a new look with you every week here on Idieh Design! Till next Tuesday!