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Trends from Plato's Closet (Haul)

Hey girl! We are now in the awkward phase of winter almost finally ending where some days are cold and some are warm. Weeks like this can be tricky to dress for so I stopped by Plato’s Closet to find some fresh transition pieces for my closet! Keep reading to see what I found!

All winter I searched for a grey knee-length formal coat. You know what I’m talking about... Like those firm, formal-looking coats from Aritzia, except preferably a version that isn’t $300! So you can imagine my surprise when I found a perfect dupe for what I was looking for at Plato’s Closet! I found a super comfy knee-length grey jacket/cardigan. The one I found isn’t as formal as the coat I was envisioning in my head (it’s more of a casual cardigan), but I’m so happy with it! I’ve already worn it to school twice since I picked it up!

And guess how much it was? $25, yes, please! It is the perfect transition jacket that isn’t too heavy but can keep you warm on chilly days and not too hot on warm days! Check out Plato’s Closet if you are wanting a fresh jacket for spring because some stores have their jackets on sale right now!

The second piece I found was these white jegging/jeans! That’s a yes from me, thanks! I have had a pair of white denim on my wardrobe wishlist for quite some pair but hadn’t found a pair that fit right. These pants are a cross between jeans and jeggings. They don’t have front pockets but they look like jeans; they are so soft and it barely feels like you're wearing denim! They are originally from Fashion Nova and I got them for only $15! That’s what I'm talking about!

I’ve been so obsessed with selling my clothes that I never wear anymore and putting that money towards new clothes! Who doesn’t want to be able to constantly update and change up their closet without breaking the bank?

Have you picked up anything lately from Plato’s Closet? If not, stop in soon! Talk to you next time!

Blog By: Taiya Maddison | @taiyamaddison