A Girl Can Dream! – My Spring Wardrobe Wishlist:

The snow is gone! HOORAY! It looks like we are finally headed for spring here in the UK and it made me take a peek into my closet only to realize that I don’t really own any transitional wear. So I’ve been setting aside a little bit of money recently for some shopping before we leave for both Sean’s big tour and PAX East.
However, I found myself browsing the wide wide web beforehand and it unfortunately left me dreaming of an amazing future spring wardrobe full of things I can’t afford. So I thought, instead of crippling myself by having no one to talk to about all these beautiful products. It might be fun to make a wish list with a few items I’ve been eyeing in my searches and share it with you! So without further ado, here is my take on a small, dreamy, spring wardrobe wish list:

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26 thoughts on “A Girl Can Dream! – My Spring Wardrobe Wishlist:

  1. the one thing that popped out in this post is where you said how not having anyone really to talk about having these things to…you have us who read this blog…to people who commenting that they not understand the point of this post then i feel it is ’cause you simply want to share with someone you likes and wishes for fashion and such on certain days…sometimes your significant other or loved ones you have in life not get it…maybe i wrong…i seriously not assuming here of course…anyway enjoyed this post and giving you huggs


    1. I would understand sharing the wishlist if she would have explained why she likes the clothes, or why she chose the the items or just gave some explanation about her thought on the items.
      Even when showing things to your friends that you would like to get you would say that “I want this because it’s cool/pretty/whatever”,
      Now it is just a list of things, nothing else, that I do not get


  2. I’m actually in love with your selection of clothes! No matter what, it’s always aesthetically pleasing. I also love how your style changes depending on the seasons, and yet you still keep the aesthetic theme going. Much love 💕💕

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  3. The wardrobe transition from winter to spring is the hardest in my opinion because the weather is so indecisive! It’s sunny but freezing or the mornings are cold but the afternoons are warm and somehow I’m never wearing the right thing. I hope that you can get a few of these things as the seasons change and we crawl closer to spring!

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  4. A girl really can dream, also I find your blog posts and videos very pleasing and relaxing. Your so lovely and extremely pretty ❤️ keep up the good work and congrats on your weight loss 👍🏻

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  5. Hi Signe! I’m sorry, this is not related to this particular post, but I just don’t know how to let you know otherwise, sorry if I seem annoying.
    I wrote a song for you (a lot of people already said that it’s somewhat good?) and the best thing in the world for me would be if you could listen to it. I don’t want to come across as a spammer for attention, this is really not the point, I just thought you might like it!
    Here’s the song – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKz5fSdW9hU
    Sorry if you’ve already seen it and just didn’t like it! I promise I won’t bother you with it anymore.
    Have a nice day 🙂


  6. Such a relatable feeling! I find myself eyeing more and more summer-y pieces and having to keep myself from spending all of my money! I especially love the bags you picked out, they are absolutely gorgeous!! Hopefully you can find a little extra cash to purchase at least a few of these items 😉

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  7. This is a nice list. I wish I was closer to my weight goal so I could buy more new clothes. I just can’t bring myself to spend a ton of money on a new wardrobe that (hopefully) won’t fit me in two months. But a girl can dream.


  8. Nice list. I wish I was at my weight goal so I could buy more new clothes. I just can’t bring myself to spend a ton of money on a wardrobe that (hopefully) won’t fit me in two months.

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    1. I too have a trouble understanding the point of this post. Maybe some explaining of the items would have made some more sense.


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