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Spring is finally here! My brain is a veritable explosion of boozy brunches and cherry blossoms! Also? I’ve officially put away my winter wardrobe.

It was a relatively mild winter in terms of snow storms and such, but it felt so, so long, and there’s just nothing as amazing as seeing the flowers and leaves pop into view after months of grey.

It’s been a long time since I did an outfit post, too, so I thought the onset of this delightful season would be the perfect time to share a few of my favorite recent finds.

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Here’s what I wore over the weekend when I was traipsing around my nabe and stopped for an iced chai at Brooklyn Kolache.

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This hat, by Lack of Color, is my favorite accessory of all time, and as I told my friends and fam… get used to seeing it. I’ll be wearing it forever.

The laced-front dress is by Tobi and you can grab one right here. My jacket is from H&M and my shoes are Vans—well-loved, as you can see below.

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Can you guess what my favorite color is? ;}

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More spring style coming your way!

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Michelle Christina Larsen (a.k.a. Mishka) founded heymishka.com in 2008, and has since documented her love of DIY, vintage, and creative living here. She curates and sells vintage fashion at Hey Mishka Vintage and runs the annual Sugar x Spice Holiday Makers Market in Brooklyn each holiday season. When she's not blogging, hunting for vintage, or doing DIY projects, Michelle Christina writes marketing copy for fashion brands and helps freelance writers grow their careers at Day Job Optional.