Spring has “officially” sprung. Kinda. Sorta. Do we wear our spring wardrobe if temps are still in winter mode? Or do we wait? Or what?
Answer: Transitioning into your spring wardrobe is easier than you think. With a (seriously) simple math equation, you can start to wear brighter hues while still keeping warm. It’s definitely not an “all or nothing” when it comes to what to wear for each season. Knowing how to mix, match and mingle pieces from different seasons is the key!
Pairing is Caring!
When mingling and matching spring and winter pieces, you need to stick to one equation to master the mix. So take note… there might be a quiz on this at the end. Because it’s a fashionable math problem:
Pair 1 “winter” piece ➕ 1 “spring” piece = Spring Transitional Look
SPRING Moto jacket ➕ WINTER long-sleeve top/dark denim =
SPRING Floral kimono jacket & sandals ➕ WINTER long-sleeve top/denim =
SPRING lighter weight cashmere sweater ➕ WINTER long-sleeve top/Hunter Boots =
SPRING floral dress ➕ WINTER Thigh-High Boots =
SPRING white denim ➕ WINTER long-sleeve top/closed toe shoes =
Keep that fashionable math equation in your mind as you create spring looks. Despite temperate wonkiness, you can still keep your outfits airy and light while staying cozy and chic! For extra wardrobe inspiration, check out 4 Steps to Creating a Capsule Wardrobe and Stylish Spring Blazer Trends for Changing Weather!
What wardrobe tips do you ❤️ to use in-between seasons?