If I manage to go one more day wearing tall boots, sweaters and a chunky infinity scarf, I might go crazy. I’m even tired of my men’s flannel shirts, which really got me all through December and January. Winter style rut, I’m done with you. While we’re talking spring beauty this week (see previous rosy pink inspiration!) we really need to cover off on this blazer that I plan to wear the heck out of this season and the travel makeup bag that is just begging for a spring getaway. I think they go rather well together, no?
Stephanie Johnson makes the most stylish and functional travel accessories. After I splurged on her ML Traveler Bag years ago, I think I’ve brought it along on nearly every trip I’ve taken since (as evidenced here). I rarely travel without a little SJ – the MINI pouch lives in my purse currently and I often carry the Large Flat pouch as a clutch. But I’ve met my Stephanie Johnson match. The Jenny Train Case in the new for spring Charleston print is serious business. It’s actually a favorite of Stephanie herself, and I see why.
There’s room for makeup, toiletries and then some. Over-packers need not fret. Makeup lovers need to get to know. I love how it maintains its shape no matter how little or much you pack in there. The textured print and patent trim has me excited to add a little bit of color to my striped Old Navy blazer (seriously snatch this up if you see it in store!) While I love it with a classic denim boyfriend jean, I’ve got aspirations to pair this with every color jean in my closet — yellow, mint, lilac, white (of course) — I plan to rock it all.
note: editorial sample of the Jenny Train Case was provided by the brand for consideration
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love your nails here!! and of course the bag!! Do you know what nail polish color you are wearing??
Sue, I am 99% certain that this is the Drew Barrymore Flower Polish in I Lavandare You! It’s a pale lilac, but looks more pink in this pic!