Taking Your Wardrobe from Winter to Spring


Taking Your Wardrobe From Winter To Spring
Fuzzy Jacket, Lace Shell c/o (comes in five colors), Black Jeans c/o, Black Heels
Kendra Scott earrings c/o, Texas Ring, Too Faced Lipstick

I’m in that awkward phase right now where it’s still winter and I love it, but I’m also craving spring. Please tell me I’m not the only one? I want to talk about taking your wardrobe from winter to spring. Similar to staying warm in the winter, layering is key here. There will be days where it’s unseasonably warm and you’ll want to wear lighter pieces. having them out in your closet and ready to go will make this easier. Also, embracing bringing back pops of color if you wear a lot of neutrals in the winter. Here are are my three easy steps to taking your wardrobe from winter to spring.

1. Pops of Color

Many of you know I’m a huge fan of wearing color. That’s why I named my blog Color & Chic. However, I know for many it can be hard or even scary to venture out of the neutral zone. Nothing screams spring like fun, fresh colors. In the hero look of this blog post, you’ll see I have a lilac lace shell on, which is my pop of color. To accentuate it, I’m wearing these dichromic earrings. Another way to add a pop of color is with a fun vivid coat, like I am here. This way you get the benefits of a warm winter look but the freshness of spring.

2. Layering

Say you have a spring blouse you love but it’s still about 40 degrees outside and you can’t imagine only wearing that silky top. Similar to how I layer with sweaters in the winter, I continue to do this as spring approaches. If you have a higher neck blouse, wear a cashmere tank underneath. You can also get v-neck cashmere tanks to keep you warm underneath, too. I’ll wear these under colorful dresses and pair them with my favorite cashmere tights, too! This way you’re warm in inside and outside.

3. Fun Accessories

I love thick plaid scarves for winter. However, if I’m craving a little dash of spring, I love mixing up my scarves for something lighter but still keeps me warm. The scarf I’m wearing here is a great option. It’s a nice material you can wrap around your neck to keep the cold out. Yet, the fun pattern and bright colors lend it toward spring rather than winter.

I hope these three ways of taking your wardrobe from winter to spring help you feel confident as you choose your clothes for this season. I hate the cold, even though I love winter. But I almost feel like once Christmas and New Year is over, I’m so excited for spring.