BLOOM || spring moodboard & playlist.

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If you live on the East Coast (like me!), you’re probably just as confused by the weather as I am… 70 degrees in February? Yes, I love warm and sunny weather but not when it’s a display of the legit global warming!!! But I digress.

I really couldn’t care less that March 20th is marked as the first day of spring because the second it hits March (or remotely warm weather), my mind immediately tunes into images of budding flowers, vacation, sun rays, and sounds of chirping birds and melodious snotty sneezing. Naturally, the recent warmth has rendered an influx of inspiration which I manifested this dreamy moodboard. And of course, a playlist to accommodate it.

So if warm weather in February impacts your mindset or not, scrolling through galvanizing images while listening to an eclectic mix of music will surely get you into the spring spirit.

T H E  P L A Y L I S T

T H E  M O O D B O A R D

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9 thoughts on “BLOOM || spring moodboard & playlist.”

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