You say “March,” I think “green.” I’m not just thinking of St. Patty’s day. I’m thinking of lush grass, new leaves, and tender shoots. It looks like Northern California will have a very green spring. I’m wearing a cropped green trench jacket in honor of spring’s arrival (or spring’s imminent arrival, depending on how you define the first day of spring).

Jacket, London Jean. Dress, Jones New York (thrifted). Boots, Vince Camuto (consignment). Sunglasses, Earthbound Trading Co. Earrings, vintage. Bag, Croft & Barrow. Belt, Lucky (consignment)

As I type this, the Bradford pear in our front yard is already at the tail end of its bloom and the snowy blossoms are falling to make way for new leaves.

March 2, 2017

Kasmira Kit


  1. ~J

    March 8, 2017

    Nice Spring outfit! I think green for the grass and new plants too! When I was growing up, my family called the Narcissus plants “March flowers”, so I’ve always associated those with March and Spring as well.

    Love the jacket! I’ve tried shorter ones, and I always feel like I want to pull it down longer. Same with short sweaters, and 3/4 sleeve shirts. By the end of the day, I’m just irritated with it, and so I rarely wear things like that. But you look great in it!


    • Kasmira Kit

      March 8, 2017

      I prefer the cropped jackets over a one piece, like a dress or a jumpsuit. Otherwise, you have that weird gap between your waistband and the top of the jacket.

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