A Pinch of Green for March with Talbots

This post is sponsored by Talbots. Such a classic brand I love. All opinions are mine.

March is here and today I’m sharing some new pieces from the Talbots March Collection. I mixed in a pinch of green for the season paired with a bold gingham for a fun transition to spring.

I wore this out with my husband this weekend to dine at one of favorite little French bistros. It’s so romantic and the food is amazing. Transports you right to Paris!

Here’s what I paired together from Talbots and I’ll share details on the fit and fabric for you in the descriptions below along with shopping links.

Talbots x NEELY & CHLOE™ Leather Handbag

(matching card case available too)

The green dress is poplin and very comfortable. It’s true to size and I love the collar detail. I’m 5’11 so it hits me just below the knee but would be more mid-calf if you are petite or average height.

The gingham topper jacket is a cotton and linen blend and lined. I love the texture of the fabric too. Also, TTS. I’ll be wearing this one a lot. Such a nice fit and looks great with pants and a sweater too. I wore it running errands yesterday with a black turtleneck and black pants. So many compliments on it.

The handbag is so well made and a fun take on spring florals. The bag comes with a matching crossbody strap too.

I love the green print scarf. Such a fun touch!

The sandals are TTS too. The block heel makes them easy to walk in all day. It’s not a high heel either so great for day wear.

I’ll be sharing more spring looks from Talbots this March & April. You can also check out my 20 Hand-picked Favorites from the Talbots March Collection.

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I’d like to thank Talbots for sponsoring this post. They are a go-to for me and also carry tall lengths in pants and jeans. All opinions are mine.

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