me. my. poncho. and. i.



As you can probably surmise from the title of this post, a certain knit poncho will be taking center stage. If I ever attend a music festival (slim chance unless it's Glastonbury), then you best believe I'll be wearing some variation of this ensemble.
 

Initially, I bought this fringed knit poncho (still available and on sale!) for winter, only to realize that I prefer it so much more when styled for spring (see ya never turtlenecks and bulky layers!). Teamed alongside a simple white tee, a denim skirt and suede ankle boots, the result was something along the lines of rodeo-ready — and I do mean that in the best possible way.
 

Particularly groundbreaking ensemble? No, not by a long shot. But for this classic prepster who swears by a uniform consisting of waxed field jackets (or Barbour) and Keds sneaks on the regular, this is as boho-chic as it gets.
 

While this outfit may not be suitable for the most balmy spring days, it's perfect for moderately warm weeks when the temps are nippy in the morning and a perfect 70 degrees (insert praise hands emoji) come recess — AKA, fun in the sun time. As for additional ways to get the most wear out of your favorite knit ponchos (and wraps for that matter)? Try teaming 'em with denim boyfriend shorts, high-waisted mom jeans or denim button-front skirts for instant festival flair.





knit poncho (on sale) | white tee (similar) | denim skirt | suede ankle boots (similar)

Do you own a knit poncho? What are your spring wardrobe essentials? Comment below!

xo,

A

4 comments

  1. This is a really cute and casual outfit! I don't own a knit poncho but now I think I need to! :)

    xo, Chloe // http://funinthecloset.com/soft-urban-feels/

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    1. Thanks so much, Chloe! A knit poncho is definitely a fun style essential to test-drive, especially during festival season!

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  2. This is so cute! I find that ponchos can be hard to pull off but you manage it flawlessly! :]

    xo Deborah
    Coffee, Prose, and Pretty Clothes

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    1. Ah, thanks! I always thought that too, but this knit poncho wasn't nearly as intimidating as some. I'm looking forward to finding more ways to style it in the coming months :)

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