May 17, 2016

Spring 2016 Suiting and Separates with Tahari ASL

Whenever I purchase a suit, I make sure I can fit the jacket/skirt/pants/dress into my current wardrobe and that I'll be able to seamlessly mix and match the different separates to make many outfits. You guys know I LOVE fresh takes on suiting, and I just learned about the Tahari by Arthur S. Levine Spring 2016 line which has some pieces I'm obsessed with! They have some gorgeous and versatile pieces that are great for work, and the line includes several items I would wear to a spring/summer wedding, too. Below are some of my favorite Tahari ASL pieces from their Spring 2016 line, and at the bottom are 3 outfits where I've worn the pieces from one of my favorite spring-colored suits. 

I love the below modern and bold blue suit. The blue would pop so well against white. I could see myself mixing and matching the blue suit with the below white suit. I'm also loving the tie detail on the white jacket!

I'm also loving the Jackie O vibe of the below yellow suit, and the pearl detail is so pretty. I could see myself wearing the jacket with a pair of jeans to a nice dinner, or the skirt with my favorite waterfall sweater for a business casual outfit. This yellow suit reminds me of the style of my blue tweed suit below. Some may argue that the suits look 'matronly' but I think that is entirely dependent on the rest of your outfit - hair, makeup, heels, and jewelry can make any suit look more modern.

Tahari ASL hit it out of the park with this boucle sheath dress! This one has great texture, and the cutouts add a modern twist but are tasteful enough that you could wear this to work or court. Or date night :)
Here are just a few examples of how I've worn my blue tweed suit - of course the two pieces can be worn together for a suit, but I also get great use out of the individual pieces. What do you think of the Tahari ASL Spring 2016 line? 

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tahari ASL. The opinions and text are my own.

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