Spring is here but it doesn’t feel like it, right? The weather is a bit unpredictable so you can’t put away all of your winter items just yet. Here are some ideas for this in-the-meantime in-between-time!
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Although I am anxious for spring weather, the transition between seasons gives us a chance to layer a bit. Just as I mentioned in my post on How to Style Thrifted Clothing, we can ease into wearing brighter colors, dresses, and lighter fabrics. Alright, so, I gathered up a few tips to take you through this cusp of winter and spring.
“At this unpredictable time of year, it’s essential that you have a wardrobe that can seamlessly transition between the extremes.”Source: More.com
1. Wear white
Wearing white is supposed to be something women with curves avoid. Not me! I love the way a pair of white pants look with darker prints. White denim adds a crisps feel to winter florals.
2. Keep your blazers out
A blazer gives you some structure while keeping you warm. That’s what this ponte blazer did for me with this dress. I threw a belt on to cinch it at the waist!
3. Add a basket bag
Add a basket bag for a spring feel that you can keep going in the summer. I love me a fun basket bag. This bag is just the right size too. I buy one of these bags every spring. I know that I will pull it out in the summer as well.
4. Start wearing some color
Last but certainly not least! This is probably my favorite part of spring and summer – wearing color! I am just loving this punchy color of this wrap dress.
Because getting dressed (and living life) should feel good! -Vivian
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