The spring line still features an array of plaids, but the flannels have been replaced by cotton blends and pastels have been introduced into the color pallets. The Aubrey popover I'm featuring in red also comes in pink, but I chose this shade because it reminded me of madras - sure to put anyone in a more spring (or summer) state of mind.
Next up is the Chloe linen shirt. 100% Linen and dyed a rich shade of indigo. It's classic and versatile, and while JACHS has a couple other navy options, I liked this one because of the flat front pocket, which is better as I want the option of layering it under a thin knit.
The JACHS spring line also has a large focus on prints other than plaid, and they range from geometric, to polka dots, to dragonflies. Admittedly, I was really drawn to the orange diamond print jumper, but I'm equally as taken with the Leah dragonfly printed shirtdress. The insect print is as adorable as it is subtle, which makes the dress quite wearable, and if you are as petite as I, this dress is completely work appropriate.
Be sure and check out the rest of the line and use code SPRING808 for 30% off your purchases!
JACHS provided me with these pieces for the purpose of this post, my views and opinions are my own.