As of March 20, SPRING HAS SPRUNG!
The groundhog finally predicted correctly, and the promise of warmer days is finally upon us. For some, this means pollen and rain, but for us at Three Sisters Boutique, it means fresh styles for the spring season! We've got the Spring Showcase of new styles that just arrived for YOU to get first dibs on. Check out these top looks for the warmer season:
We might not have quite reached the April Showers and May Flowers, but why not think ahead with this adorable and comfortable look? It's a true-to-fit minidress that can double as a coffee date or Saturday night party look. Start planning for summer!
Tee shirt? Check. Cover-up? Check. Hoodie? Check. Dress? Check. It's an all-in-one outfit that you can take to the streets and the beach! Don't trade style for comfort when you can always have both. This hoodie dress perfectly bridges the gap between winter and summer, while turning heads in every season.
Spring flowers are starting to bloom, and so will you with this bright pop of color! A scarf can take your outfit to the next level, transforming a plain tee into a talking piece. This scarf can be worn as a headband, wrapped around your neck, or tied onto a handbag. Add some color to your spring!
Is it still a little chilly in class or after sundown? No worry! Grab a fierce and fun fleece by Free People and pullover a blanket of warmth. Bonus: IT HAS POCKETS.
IT'S SANDAL SEASON! It's time to shed the socks and boots and let your toes feel the spring air. The perfect accessory to a jumpsuit, skirt, or summer dress, you'll really get in the spring mood with a spring in your step.
Building the perfect spring outfit is easier than you think! Just poke through the newest arrivals at Three Sisters Boutique, and you'll be sure to uncover the right style for you.
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We've all packed our bags and left college for home (some of us for good), and we can't wait to soak up the sun!! So before you hit the pool, make sure you have the right swimwear style to rake in the rays.