Who is sick of the cold temps and the snow that seems to be appearing outside your window every 3 days? I‘m raising my hand with you, because I’m over it too! I’m ready for some sun and warm weather!! Now, just because this won’t happen for at least a couple more months, doesn’t mean we can have fun transitioning our wardrobe. It’s all about the balance and having key items. Softer fabrics, light weight sweaters, and of course a pop of color. Here are some tips on transitioning your wardrobe when it’s still cold out.
Add White Sneakers
I remember rocking white kicks when I was younger and I truly thought I was the sh*t! It was the start of warmer weather and to be honest any athleisure look looks ten times better with white sneakers. You can also go the extra mile and incorporate a boyfriend blazer to your jeans and sneaker outfit for that chic style. These JustFab are a must! Super comfortable with with cushiony material. Also loving this one and these.
Pop of Color
Nothing makes me happier then adding a pop of color to a simple outfit. It brightens my mood up instantly! This polka dot top is a spring wardrobe must have. The red gives your skin that perfect glow, while the off the shoulder neckline puts you in a spring vibe. This look can also be styled with booties but, I wanted to show you how I paired it with over the knee boots instead. Just because you’re going for a transitional look doesn’t mean cold weather accessories should be pushed to the side.
Lightweight sweaters have a special place in my heart. As much as I love being cozy, I hate fabrics that overwhelm you. Our Brooke V Neckline Sweater is a knit you’ll definitely want to add to your collection. It’s thick, but breathable. Plus, the multi color stripes have spring written all over it.
What is a transitional spring wardrobe without a trench coat? Nada! It keeps you warm and just adds the perfect finishes to any outfit. Besides, there’s something about a trench coat that makes me feel like a total boss babe. Or maybe that’s my petite frame ego coming through (hehe)
Are you ready to transition your wardrobe for spring?