March 12, 2020
Spring’s warmer weather means it’s time to give your wardrobe an update. But spring weather can be fickle, one day it’s warm and sunny, the next, wet and rainy. If your area has constantly changing weather like mine, you’ll want to keep transitional pieces in your wardrobe.
Here are five transitional pieces that will work well with any spring wardrobe:
A Trench Coat
I rarely see a wardrobe staples list without a trench coat, and for good reason. A trench coat is a lightweight, classic piece that can be easily dressed up or down.
Nothing says spring faster than a floral print. Take the budding flowers indoors with a floral printed dress. Floral dresses can work dual purposes, in spring, they are easy to layer with denim jackets and turtlenecks to stay warm and in the summer you can throw one on over a swimsuit for an easy cover-up for the beach.
When it’s not warm enough to start wearing sandals, but you’re tired of wearing boots, flats are your new best friend. Ballet flats, loafers, mules, a flat shoe let’s our feet get a little air, without exposing your toes to the still chilly weather.
White jeans are a key part of a spring wardrobe. It’s a simple and easy to swap a dark wash or black jean for a pair of white one’s and it’s makes a dramatic impact on your outfits. If you don’t want to invest a lot of pieces into your wardrobe, try adding only a pair of white jeans and you’ll see how fast your go-to outfits suddenly look fresh and bright for spring.
Springtime is often filled with wet days, which makes spring the season to sport rain boots. Tuck jeans for a seamless look (as well as to keep your hemlines dry) or pair your boots with midi or full length skirts and dresses for a well-proportioned look.