3 Ways to Transition Your Outfits from Winter-to-Spring
Only in true New England fashion, it’s cold, it’s warm—when it comes to unpredictable weather this time of year, having easily accessible and transitional pieces in your wardrobe will help make dressing a breeze!
The key to surviving this transitional seasonal period is through layering. Swap out those heavier winter knits and coats, for lighter knits and outerwear pieces such as a leather jacket. Trade in darker denim for a lighter wash, and pull out the white and colors into your wardrobe. Keep scrolling to see our style hacks for winter-to-spring wardrobe transition dressing.
Sweaters + Skirts
Come spring and summer we start to think about all the pretty skirts and dresses we’ll get to wear. So, why not start reintroducing them now?! Try and layer a chunky sweater over a slip dress or lightweight chiffon maxi skirt.
Try a boyfriend/oversized blazer as a jacket for a classic and easy transition layering piece. Pair it over a bright graphic t-shirt and embellished skirt for a thrown together, yet sophisticated look.
Sneakers & Mules
Goodbye, snow boots! An easy transitional shoe for spring is a trendy sneaker or a great mule. We love how easy they are to style with anything, making you look either causal and cool or polished and put together. For an instantly lighter, effortlessly chic look, a white sneakers is our go-to!
If you are slowly transitioning from booties but love the look, a mule is the best of both worlds! You’ll still get plenty of coverage and height with a little heel, and it’s a fantastic way to show off that new pedicure.
Shop these transitional pieces at Assembly Row!