4 Easy Ways to Transition Your Wardrobe from Winter to Spring

Winter may be the season of layered outfits, but when spring comes it’s time to start putting away our bulkiest sweaters in favor of some lighter, warm-weather-friendly fabrics. However, there are some winter pieces that you can still wear in the spring season. So, before making the wardrobe transition from winter to spring, keep on reading for our easy tips to make your style stylish and spring-appropriate.

  1. Don’t put away your winter boots yet.

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Except from thigh-high boots, your ankle boots and knee-bots can be great in the early days of spring. In winter, your boots may be great with jeans and leather trousers, while in the spring, it’ll still look great with skirts and dresses. On the early days of spring, wear your knee-high boots with feminine dresses and skirt that can make you look effortlessly stylish from day to night. But when it gets warmer, trade your knee-high boots to ankle boots that still look effortless and cool.

  1. Choose your fabrics wisely.

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With temperatures still fluctuating up and down, look for fabrics that can breathe, but still has weight. Cashmere, finer wool blends, silks, lighter tweed, cotton, leather, and suede are great options. The key is to build your wardrobe around clothing that can be worn year-round because they are still wearable across different temperatures. For instance, investing in a high-quality cashmere sweater that’s versatile enough to wear with button-down shirts, dresses, skirts, and jeans are great since it will take your through fall, winter, and spring.

  1. Select your printed and colorful winter pieces that can be worn in the spring.

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You may start trading your dark outfits with lighter colored ones to make your spring style breathable and appropriate. Opt for lighter jeans to mix your wardrobe up and think of pulling out your black blazers to pastels to create spring-friendly looks. There are floral dresses, blouses, and skirts you used to wear as an under layer in the winter season that you may now wear alone in the spring time. Breezy, chic, and colorful, printed outfits will add more personality and uniqueness to your spring outfits.

  1. Don’t overdo it on the layering.

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This time of year may be great for layering, but no need to get carried away. Keep it simple by sticking to a maximum of two to three layers. For an office outfit you may think of layering a sweater dress with your skirt dress, or a printed dress with your crisp button-down shirt that will keep your outfit stylish and functional in the spring season. Trading your wool coats with trench coats or sleeveless jackets can also be great. Invest in a good, classic water resistant trench perfect for spring showers. Trench twill fabric is very tightly woven cotton, which helps provide for some water resistance.

This way, you’ll look more fashionable and functional on your street style while enjoying the transition of winter to spring season.

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