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3 Tips for Transitioning from Winter to Spring…

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Shoes: Tory Burch • Jeans: Blank NYC • Top: J.Crew • Watch: Michele • Cuff: David Yurman • Handbag: Celine (Dupe style here!) • Earrings: T&J Designs • Ring: David Yurman • Lipstick: YSL #1/Le Rouge 

I don’t know about you but I am dying for Spring! The sun started coming out in Seattle today and it is absolutely gorgeous. It’s making me so excited for spring and summer. I’m crossing my fingers that by March we have more sunny and warmer days – we’ll see!

As we start to get those warmer days (I’m talking 50-60 degree days!), it can be hard to figure out what to wear. Below, I’ve listed 3 tips for you to transition your outfits from winter to spring:

  1. Your Hair. I don’t know about you, but I always love going lighter in the spring. You can tell in this pic that I actually went blonde! Like, whoa. I honestly was so scared as I was sitting in my hair stylists chair telling her I wanted more blonde. eek! It’s so edgy and different and just not my norm. But I have to say, I’m loving it. AND it’s going to be perfect for Spring. If you’re toying with the idea of going more blonde, do it!! It brightens up your face and will go perfect with tan skin!
  2. Short Sleeves For the Win. For me, I struggle with tops on those days where it’s not hot but not cold and the sun is shining. So what’s worked for me is to wear short sleeve tops – like the one I’m wearing above – and pair it with a light jacket. That way, if you are cold, you can throw your coat on, but if you get too hot, you can be comfortable in your short sleeve number.
  3. Pumps, Pumps, Pumps. My absolutely favorite shoe are pumps! I could wear them everyday (I pretty much do!). In the winter, my feet get too cold in pumps so I don’t get to put them on as much. However, on these transition days, they are so perfect. They can dress up your outfit and be comfortable on days that aren’t too cold. Wear them all day, girl!

What tips do you have for transitioning from Winter to Spring?


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