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Outfi ts for Transitioning
to Warm Weather
Some of the biggest fashion challenges arise when the
seasons change. In general, spring styles should be
vibrant, colorful and playful, but the changing weather
also poses a number of practical challenges. By making
some specifi c wardrobe choices, you can address the
problem and make your outfi ts look cute in the process.
Layering is a great way to be stylish and dress for
changing temperatures. During winter, layers aren’t a big
a deal because you’re not expected to take them off. Once
spring arrives, you’ll fi nd that shifting temperatures can
quickly have you wondering whether wearing a sweater
was a good choice.
Be sure your lower layers look just as good as your top
layers. In the winter, you can frequently get away with
using a less-than-perfect top as a base layer because
you’ll likely be keeping something over it all day. With
the emergence of spring, you should try to be choosier.
Being thoughtful about your top layers is also important.
On warmer spring days, a light coat or a poncho can
be useful. It’s easy to carry during the day and you can
readily throw it on once a chill sets in at night. Another
approach is pairing a light dress with a sweater.
In the winter months; you should try to add a spot of color
to every outfi t. This can be accomplished with anything
from a bit of a base layer shirt that peeks out to a brightly
colored knit cap. The reason this will be benefi cial when
spring arrives is that you won’t be caught in an endless
cycle of wearing blacks, grays and browns throughout the
winter. By remaining conscientious of the role of color in
the winter, you’ll have an easier time transitioning back
in the spring.
Spring fashion should never be switched to full blast on
the day of the equinox. It’s better to gradually roll from
your winter looks into your spring ones. If you’ve only
been using one spot of color during the winter, simply add
another as the weather warms up. Keep adding color and
subtracting layers, and you’ll also be well on your way
to transitioning into summer. A good spring look should
include some neutrals. Switch from dark jeans to light tan
pants to brighten up a look.
Sometimes the simplest way to transition is to wear
lighter materials. A good trick to consider is moving
from sweater tops to silk. Silk is fairly light, but it also
continues to provide a fair amount of warmth. Layering
a silk top over a base layer will look stylish and keep you
A good scarf can make any outfi t pop. In fact, light
scarves make wonderful additions even to summer looks,
so don’t be afraid to include them in any month. Simply
focus on fi nding ones made of materials that are suited to
the specifi c time of year.
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