Cargo, Olive, Army – Call them what you will, the greens of spring are soft, beautiful, and look great with everything you have in your closet from winter.

I love to see the excitement on our customers faces as they see the color trickling into the store in the later days of winter. Although black is slimming and timeless and goes with everything (ok, fine – black is great) and grey was EVERYWHERE this winter, we are all ready for a pop of color come springtime. We are seeing tons of pastels coming in: soft pinks, blues and greens. What I love is that all of these colors look great with our winter wardrobe of grey on grey on grey (on black). Here are a few of the olive greens that we have in store now, which conveniently  look amazing with the bright purples and pinks of the scarves and accessories of spring.

xo Julia


Vince Mia flats in Flint. We are getting some great feedback about the comfort and versatility of these shoes. No fewer than three customers have returned to buy the same pair in another color! 




Minnie Rose Cashmere Ruana poncho. A much welcomed twist on the classic Minnie Rose poncho, this one in Canteen (another great name for green this spring) features fringe edges. Some of the softest cashmere in the store, the Minnie Rose Ruana, which can be worn multiple ways, always is a best seller.Image



 Adriano Goldschmied AG feather print jeans. These celebrate some of the two greatest things: white denim + cute print jeans. Image


J Brand Ready to Wear pink striped tank, Adriano Goldschmied AG ankle length distressed leggings in Olive. I love the combination of bright and girly on top, with the distressed olive jeans on the bottom. Image



 Spring color palette: Soft greys, whites, lavenders, and silk prints.Image


Velvet by Graham and Spencer long jersey tee. This super soft, long tee is a great thing to throw on top of your spring and summer bottoms, be it white jeans, lavender leggings, or cuffed denim shorts.Image


J Brand cropped pants with zipper. I love these cropped pants from J Brand, and not just because they are the softest thing you may ever touch.