T-shirt • Mango | Striped Tee • J.Crew | Dressy Top • Mango | Peasant Top • H&M | Drapey Top • Mango Outlet | Pullover • H&M | Light Jacket • LE3NO | Short Dress • J.Crew | Midi Dress • Mango |
Cropped Wide Leg Pants • Topshop | Cigarette Jeans • Mango | Dark Denim • Mango | Light Scarf • Mango Outlet | Hat • Brixton | Sunglasses • Quay | Sneakers • Converse | Slip-ons • Michael Kors | Ballet Flats • Yosi Samra | Purse Matt & Nat | Crossbody • Asos
It’s Wednesday and I’m still sick. I know I keep mentioning it but I feel like ass and I will stop complaining about that when I get better ;) I have had an influx of requests over the last two months and I am trying to catch up on as many as I can. Sometimes the requests are pretty basic with a general idea of what to pack, other times people include their style and clothing preferences to guide me. This request is for quite a niche market, it is for 10 days in Phoenix, Arizona in March (before it gets insanely hot) for a woman who needs some sun coverage because of sensitivities and prefers flats. The gist behind the colour theme is to go with her favourite team the Seattle Mariners’ (who are the reason for the trip) with the colours of northwest green, navy, white, and silver. The trip revolves around watching games, dinners, and just a general fun time hanging out with friends.
I tried my best to pull these colours together in a way that wasn’t too over the top head to toe. Phoenix in March has an average temperature of the mid to high 20’s °C (75-82°F) and lows of 11-13°C (51-55°F) and this list should cover that mostly. If the forecast leans towards more lows you may want to trade some pieces in for longer sleeves and/or more sweaters and a heavier scarf. But on average this list should work well. Outfit options will be in the next post.
I hope I was able to do your request justice and that you have a great time!
*the striped dress is knee length which may not work during the day with the sun sensitivities but it would work in the evening with is why I included it as an option.