Wednesday, January 22, 2014

The Winter to Spring Transition

Transitioning Your Closet 
from Winter to Spring

It may not seem like it now, but spring will be here before we know it! Soon enough, it will be time to break out shorts, tanks, and sandals! But… what do you do with your winter clothes in the meantime? What about those few winter days that seem to linger at the beginning of spring? Read on to see our tips on how to transition your closet from winter to spring and everything in-between!


  • Scarves are great for keeping yourself warm or for adding color to an outfit! If it’s cold out and you’re wearing darker winter colors, add a pop of color with a complementing bright or print scarf. On the other hand, if it’s warm and you’re wearing bright colors already, try wearing a more neutral “winter” scarf to balance it out.
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  • Boots come in many different shapes, sizes, and colors, and can be worn with a variety of outfits. You can wear a pair of riding boots with an oversized sweater and leggings for winter just as easily as you can with a lightweight top and skinny jeans in spring! Boots can also complete outfits with shorts and tights, skirts, or dresses. A great pair of boots is a versatile must-have for every season.
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  • Layering is arguably the best way to transition from winter to spring. Cardigans, sweaters, and light jackets can all be worn together or layered with camis or other tops. You can always throw on a scarf as well! This approach works well because you can take off or put on layers as it gets warmer or cooler, which is vital if you live in Indiana!
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  • Jeans are another versatile piece that you can use to transition from winter to spring with ease. They can be worn with practically anything and can be found in virtually every color! They can be cuffed up, tucked into boots, or however else you can think to wear them! Colored denim is especially great for spring as it acts like scarves in that it can brighten up or balance out your outfit.
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We hope you will find a way to make whatever is in your closet this winter work for spring! You can read more about these ideas and others by following any of these links:

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