4 Ways to Transition Your Winter Clothes into Spring
Okay, so maybe the groundhog saw his shadow but that doesn’t stop me from wearing my spring colors proudly. I’ve been breaking my spring clothes out one by one in hopes that it will change the weather. I mean, a girl can only hope. Luckily, I’m actually in California escaping the brutal cold. But eventually, I’m going to have to go back to east coast and face the facts that it’s still pretty chilly. To prepare myself and you… here are four tips for transitioning your clothing into winter.
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Brighten up your dark, winter clothes by sprinkling a few light pieces in.
During the winter, I always get into a funk that is just waiting for the day where I can throw on all of my light colored pieces. I literally couldn’t handle the dark hues anymore so I broke out this awesome white, bucket bag to curve my craving. So pack up the dark hues and break out the light colors. If you think it’s too early, you can gradually do it one piece at a time.
Play with florals.
Florals for spring? Groundbreaking. I know, you’ve heard this line a thousand times, but in reality, it makes sense. Flowers pop up all over the place during spring so it only makes sense to celebrate by wearing them. What you can do is wear florals in different ways in order to stand out. Wear a scrunchie, scarf, shoes, or embellished pants with florals to change it up in your spring wardrobe. Plus, you can mix and match these samples with some of your old winter wardrobe. Ahh, versatility in it’s finest.
Layer with a chunky sweater to keep you warm.
Spring is very similar to fall in the idea that the temperatures drop all of the time. You can wake up in the morning and it’ll be below 10°F and then by mid lunch it will be 40°F. You never know what you’re going to get so that is why you should be prepared for anything. Throw on a t-shirt under a chunky sweater so that if it does get too hot you can instantly cool down. Plus, another way to layer a chunky sweater is to tuck it into a maxi skirt or belted over a maxi dress. The possibilities are endless.
Bare a little ankle.
S-c-a-n-d-a-l-o-u-s! Be a little rebellious and show a little ankle. Okay, not quite rebellious but it’s a great way to ‘warm’ up an outfit. By showing a little ankle you’re practically screaming “go away winter!” Hey, maybe if we all do it winter will go away for good. Worth a shot. Cuffing up your pants or wearing a low bootie instantly makes your outfit look spring ready.
What are some of your favorite ways to transition winter into spring? Let me know in the comments down below.
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Gorgeous outfits girl 😻
Thank you so much Nina! 😊
Adding in light pieces and mixing in florals are great tips!
Thank you! 😊
Girl yasss! I am all about Spring! I do not care if it is twenty degrees out I want Spring! I love these outfits! So pretty and chic!💗
Hahahah I’m so glad you’re on the same page! I love the light spring colors
Diva Named Dom
I love dressing for Spring! I love florals, gold jewelry, white everything, and layers! I wish it got cooler down here so wearing layers more often was a “thing,” but I’ll take these few days here and there to show off my style.
I love wearing white in the spring! White pants are slowly being more and more my jam. ☺️
I love these outfits!! Dressing for spring is so fun, and you nailed it.
Abby – http://www.seafoaming.com
Thank you so much Abby! I love bringing in lighter colors ☺️
Love the look, very casual but stylish at the same time. xoxo
Thank you so much Joice! ☺️
So chic and stylish hun ❤ And absolutely “play with florals” is 💯