Sixth street bridge

Spring has hit Michigan! Oh my gosh, it has been so amazing. Sunshine, warm temperatures and wonderful breezes! I'm so ecstatic! After work, I headed over to the Sixth Street Bridge to grab some photos! This bridge was built in 1886! In 1921, the western truss was shortened when the canal was filled in... and in 1975 it was set for demolition, but citizens convinced authorities to save it. The bridge is the longest, oldest remaining metal bridge in Michigan! It's so awesome driving across it - such a crazy feeling. It's only one lane too, but you can go both ways on it! Such a creeky, old bridge. I love it!

So, I'm on week number two with my spring fever challenge with Lee & Birch! This week I chose a French Connection prairie print skirt. It's so subtle, but you can see little bridges + farmlands on this skirt. I love anything with a unique print. I always have a tough time styling up navy items though, especially because I never know what shoes to wear! What shoes would you guys pair with a navy-based outfit?

I'm so excited tomorrow is Friday! I'm hoping to go somewhere fun again this weekend. I have a little trip planned for up north, so we'll see if it works out. I have so many ideas for upcoming spring posts... now that the weather is here, I can't wait to dive in. I just ordered a new camera too (I'm going to try a Canon this time!) and I'm so excited to experiment with it! Wee! I'll be back tomorrow with my spring featured blogger! Have a good one!


Outfit details:

Lee & Birch Orchard Flared Skirt
Urban Outfitters cardigan
T.J.Maxx tights
Forever21 top
DSW boots