About Town (See Jane Wear)

Zara top, Citizens of Humanity jeans (worn here), J Crew blazer (worn here), UO necklace, Dolce Vita wedges, Joes Jeans bag

Spring is so close, I can taste it.  You have no idea how nice it is to wear a t-shirt and jeans–especially this polka-dotted number.  It’s  definitely versatile enough that I can wear it both to work and out for a night.  Example:  I wore this said tee and blazer last month on a chilly evening with skinny jeans and ankle boots.  To spring-ify the outfit, I added lightweight wide-leg jeans and wedges.   Yes, the blazer is wool, but have you been to Chicago in April?  Not so warm.


  1. i know exactly what you mean. the weather in nyc has been extremely temperamental. one day is 70 degrees, the next is 45!

    so glad i found your blog (through o my heart!). it's wonderful.

    p.s. love the outfit!

  2. So cute, I love the polka dot top in the neutral tones! Love the freedom the nice weather brings for getting dressed… still a little chilly here, too, but bare leg season is juuuust around the corner! Looking lovely, m'dear!

  3. love this whole look. especially the jeans! i've gotta get out my flares soon 🙂 i just started following your blog. always nice to see another chicago blogger!


  4. Yay for spring, finally! Yesterday was amazing, today not so much… I dub this the season 'to take advantage of your entire wardrobe' – Open toed wedges & wool jacket – absolutely acceptable (& necessary!) Love the alley shot – all the perfectly arrange dumpster and bins are so Chicago!

  5. YAY for spring! I love the polka dot top with the wide leg jeans. And the blazer is essential. Yes, Somerset mall is amazing! I definitely checked it out and loved it. That whole area was really pretty and nice. Definitely very different from the city of Detroit. haha.

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