Last Updated on January 21, 2023 by Ellen Christian
Despite being in the middle of another snowstorm, I know that spring will be here someday. It has to be, right? When it does, I’m ready with these spring fashions.
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Spring Fashions And An Art Gallery
Even in Vermont, June means green grass and flowers. Since it’s been so cold and snowy lately, I decided to cheer myself up with a trip to the Christine Price Gallery in Castleton.
I decided to wear my new shirt from Monroe and Main’s Spring Collection to celebrate the occasion.
The gallery had artwork on display from the artist Richard Weis. There were 14 pieces displayed at the gallery ranging from small to wall size.
They had a vaguely Asian feel, and several were done on Korean mulberry paper. Many of them were 3D with rope, wood, or wire.
I love the Monroe and Main Green With Envy Top I received. It’s casual enough for day-to-day wear with jeans but could easily be dressed up with slacks and heels.
The neckline lengthens your figure and draws in to narrow your waist.
The gentle flair of the shirt helps hide your hips if that’s a concern. The Green With Envy Top is available in Misses or Plus sizes and from sizes small to extra large.
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This is the perfect top for spring because it has 3/4 length sleeves. It’s a bit warmer than a t-shirt but not as warm as long sleeves.
It’s soft and comfortable, and the length is perfect for not riding up or showing things you’d rather not show. Despite the gathered neckline, I could wear a shell underneath for modesty.
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