Looks Inspired by Seasonal Starbucks Drinks

I don’t know about you, but I average about three cups of coffee a day. As such, I have long had a wonderful relationship with Starbucks and love to try new drinks, and enjoy some of my seasonal favorites! Here are some looks inspired by some of my favorite drinks for each season!

Spring: Passion Tea Lemonade

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Something about spring just screams light and sweet, and nothing is better than a Passion Tea Lemonade! And this looks combines the perfect functionality of spring, with pink pants, a light polka dot top and a mint blouse. For shoes keep it simple with white flats and pink and green jewelry.

Summer: Strawberries & Creme Frappuccino

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This look is nothing but sweet! Starting with a navy skirt, an adorable peter pan sweater and top it off with these pretty pink oxfords!

Fall: Pumpkin Spice Latte

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Oh how I love pumpkin spice lattes! From the flavor to the colors, they truly capture fall! To get into the fall spirit start with a gray tweed skirt, and top it off with a pumpkin colored sweater. For  accessories try knee socks for warmth, with oxfords and a fun satchel. 

Winter: Peppermint Mocha

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I simply love this last look, as it reminds me of my Christmas dresses as a little girl! Starting with this adorable red velvet dress from Romwe, top it off with black tights, two tone flats and simple black accessories.

 Do you have a favorite Starbuck’s or coffee drink? What do you think of these looks? Let me know in a comment below! *Sparkle On and Wear Bows*


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