It’s official! Spring is here. Also, the month of debating whether or not it is safe to put that parka in hiding for the year has arrived too. Let’s hope that is an option we can do very very soon.
With the arrival of a new season, it’s natural to want to switch up a few pieces in your wardrobe. This is especially true for spring. I mean, I love sweaters and leggings too, but let’s face it, it’s about time we start showing off some skin.
With the warmer weather quickly approaching, we head into that awkward, too warm for a full winter look, but still too cold to run around in our go-to sundress. Making this transition with your outfit doesn’t have to be difficult. Luckily, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite blogger looks to show you how you can easily incorporate winter and spring pieces into one look; making this switch a tad, or should I say, a whole lot easier.
Adding fur and a long sleeved shirt to a flirty skirt is a great way to start making the switch. You’re showing off some leg with the skirt, while still keeping warm with the fur vest.
Jumpsuits are definitely #trending right now. They’re perfect for this weather because they’re light and breathable, but still keep you covered. For those chillier days, layer a trench coat on top for an unstoppable look.
Not sure what to wear during this transition time? This look solves all of your problems. Denim is definitely a go-to item during this weather, plus cuffing them with booties adds a sweet feminine touch. Pairing jeans like this with a long sleeved off-the-shoulder top is a fantastic way to show a little skin without baring too much before the heat sets in. Plus, you’ll be seeing off-the-shoulder shirts and dresses all over this summer, so why not get a head start?
While this next month of spring can be a bit awkward fashion wise, there’s no need to struggle over that wardrobe transition. Including pieces like fur vests and flirty skirts, jumpsuits, and off-the-shoulder tops will make sure you’re the most stylish fashionista this spring. Oh, and yes there’s a good chance that parka can be put away for good.