For some of you, it’s snowing. For some of you, it’s 60-80 degrees out (I fall into this category!). But for those of you who actually have seasons, it’s the time of year where the winter chill is slowly becoming a sunny spring. This leads to not-cold-enough-to-wear-jackets and not-warm-enough-to-wear-tank-tops-and-shorts type of weather, which can be super frustrating and hard when it comes to choosing your outfit for the day. Although, there’s no need to fear because today I’m bringing you outfit inspo for that in-between weather with 2 Spring Transition Looks!!
FLORAL WITH FLARE
This easy breezy look has already seen the outside of my house on multiple occasions, and is too perfect for a day out on the town. I love the off-the-shoulder top for it’s darker florals because it’s the perfect middle ground to balance out my girly and less-girly side. The light wash jeans are such a staple for spring because they’re fun and an obvious transitional piece as they’re lighter than your typical winter jean and still manage to keep you safe from chilly March winds. Plus, they’re flared which gives them a check plus in my book because it that doesn’t scream spring I don’t know what does! To finish the look, I popped on some simple gold necklaces and my beloved Matisse block heels to give the look some extra oomph.
50 SHADES OF PINK AND BLUE
Spring fashion contains some of the best colors on the wheel, so I decided to incorporate those into the below look! By pairing two different shades of pink together with my skirt and silk top and two shades of blue with my suede jacket and block heels, I created a colorful and funky outfit that makes you happy to look at. I completed the look with some gold accessories and my favorite France Luxe hair scarf that contains both of the colors from the rest of the outfit. This look is definitely more girly, but I ADORE it! You can easily recreate it by taking your own summer-y skirt and tank and putting a spring-colored jacket over top!
Spring is such a great time of year, and the outfits that come of it are even greater. I hope you all enjoyed this post and got some inspiration for your own spring transition looks! Leave a comment below letting me know which look was your favorite, and feel free to drop any questions or blog post ideas while you’re down there. Thanks so much for reading!