Transitioning Outfits to Spring

It's been quite a while since I've last updated my blog, so I would like to extend my sincerest apologies for not being able to post more. However, I just got a job, so I plan on buying tons of clothes in the coming weeks, which means more outfit posts. In the meantime, I put together a list of ways to restyle the wardrobe staples we all already own so that they're more suitable for spring. Transitioning from winter to spring may require some to physically haul all of their clothing into boxes and whip out the lighter, springier clothing. If you're like me, however, transitioning into spring requires no physical effort whatsoever.

  • Restyle: Being that I live in Florida, there isn't much of a difference in what I wear throughout the year. So, I have to find ways to reinvent each item I own. My black H&M jeans, for example, are a wardrobe staple that I've had for years. They're thick, sturdy jeans that look like they're strictly for the winter, but I've found ways to change 'em up a little. When it's cold, I wear my jeans at full length; not rolled nor cuffed. When it gets warmer, I like to roll them up so that they go about 6 inches up my calf. This gives me the opportunity to wear cute sandals and show off a few inches of my mighty fine legs ((not)).
  • Brighten: My wardrobe features mainly dark colored tops with bright, patterned pants. What I love about these pants is that I can wear them with every shirt I own and create a totally different look. When I wear one of my bright pants, I wear a dark top to offset the pants, and I add a matching brightly colored necklace to add a pop of color. The slightest bit of color can truly change an entire look.
  • Layer Down: I think that this one goes without saying, but it shouldn't be overlooked. Evidently, anyone with logic and a sense of temperature would wear the amount of layers they deem necessary. During spring, I think it's okay to layer, as long as they're light layers. A thin, loose top would go perfectly with a thin cardigan and would really enhance the feather-weight aesthetic we aim for.
  • Show off the toes!: What better time to get a pedicure than after your boots go back into storage? I like to use spring as an excuse to treat myself to a mani/pedi. And, of course, with freshly painted toenails, I can't not wear sandals! I recommend sandals that suit your style while enhancing your wardrobe. This spring, jeweled sandals are huge, so instead of wearing a jeweled necklace, just stick those jewels on your feet! (Just kidding, but you get the idea)


Post a Comment