Top: c/o Sans Souci | Denim: Zara | Coat: Similar | Shirt: Similar | Boots: Zara similar | Bag: Gucci
There is one word to describe the weather we've been having in the lower mainland lately: unpredictable. It's warmed up, cooled down and snowed all within the month of March! Isn't Spring Break suppose to start next week? And I would totally get it if Vancouver expected snow on a regular basis, but we maybe get 1 or 2 snow days a year, if that! To say the least, I'm more than done with the white stuff and can't wait until it warms up even just enough to wear open-toed sandals. Until then, I've started thinking of ways to transition Spring clothing into my wardrobe and still feel functional and warm enough to go outside. Today, I'll be sharing 5 ways to transition your winter-wear into spring-wear.
1. Layer your Spring tops. Oh how badly did I want to wear this velvet cold shoulder top out? I wasn't going to let the chilly weather stop me! You can pair your cold shoulder tops or camis with a long-sleeved shirt for extra insulation during those colder Spring days.
2. Opt for bright colours or floral prints. Rather than styling an all neutral outfit, add a pop of colour like pink or yellow or a fun floral print to your ensemble.
3. Don't put away the booties. I actually wear my booties all year round. That's why I have no problem investing in my booties because I know I can take them from one season to the next. I'll even pair my booties with my favourite spring and summer dresses. Stay tuned for some styling tips on this later this week!
4. Wear a transitional coat. Okay so faux fur may not seem like the most appropriate coat to take into Spring, but I don't care. With how cold the weather's been, I'll be wearing my faux furs as long as I can. Fashion is all about breaking some rules right? Oh and if you're looking for a more appropriate coat to take into Spring, you can read my last post on styling a classic trench here.
5. It's all about the denim. Your frayed hems, distressed pairs and mom jeans will all transition perfectly into your Spring wardrobe. Stay tuned for more tips on how to style you denim for all occasions - it's going to be a fun series!
How are you taking your favourite Winter pieces into Spring?
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