Today, I’m excited to be sharing my second outfit as a T.J. Maxx Style Scout. It’s no secret that I love bright colors, so I am thrilled that the spring style theme for this week is brights!
To me, bright colors scream spring and summer. Wearing them always puts me in a better mood. For this look, I found tons of fun options at my local T.J. Maxx. The store was filled with bold shades of yellow, green and pink. I saw skirts, pants, tops, and dresses in a variety of gorgeous hues…it made it really hard to settle on a look!
One item that immediately caught my eye was this neon coral bright striped skirt. It is a different silhouette than I normally go for, which is great because it fills a void in my wardrobe. This skirt will be perfect for both date night or a girl’s night out. I can see it both dressed down with a tee and flats or more dressed up as I have showcased here.
To tone down the bright neon color of the skirt and blouse, I added a navy blazer and nude shoes. I have already worn these heels twice this week, and I know they are a new staple in my closet.
I was also happy to spot this neon bag, I knew it would be the perfect finishing pop of bright color to finish my look!
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