I hope you all had a great weekend! Today I want to discuss a few simple tips and tricks on how to transition your wardrobe from winter to spring. Yesterday was Easter Sunday and it was sleeting and snowing…it felt more like Christmas than Easter 🙁 Unfortunately the weather has been pretty crazy here, so we haven’t been able to experience true spring weather just yet. Since it is technically spring (and I’m sooo ready for it to start acting like it), I wanted to share how you can dress for spring even when the weather doesn’t feel so springlike. I hope you enjoy my tips & tricks on transitioning your winter wardrobe to spring!
TIP #1 // Ditch the dark colors
If the weather is acting crazy where you live, don’t let that stop you from enjoying spring fashion! If you can’t break out your skirts and dresses just yet, you can start wearing springy colors and patterns. Put away your dark colored sweaters and tops and switch them out with lighter colored options. I love this lilac sweater because it’s a gorgeous color for spring but it still keeps me warm. Trade in your dark denim for light washed jeans or white denim.
TIP #2 // Accessorize your look
Spring fashion isn’t just about the clothes, it’s also about the accessories! You can make any outfit look springy by adding a white hat, bright colored earrings, or tying a scarf in your hair. It’s fun to get creative with your accessories when the weather won’t allow you to fully dress for spring.
TIP #3 // Layering is your friend
Layering is key! When transitioning from winter to spring, the day can start off chilly and end up much warmer later on. Instead of just wearing a heavy sweater all day long, start with wearing a tank with a light cardigan over it and add a denim jacket on top for some extra warmth. Depending on what the weather does throughout the day, you can take off the layers you don’t need or add them on later when necessary.
I hope these tips have given you some new ideas on how to transition your wardrobe from winter to spring. Thanks so much for stopping by!
Photo Credit: Joan Fisher