For this seemingly endless period between seasons, it's important to dress appropriately for the weather, but also look ahead to what's hot for spring. This means mixing lighter neutral tones and pastels into your "winter" looks like jackets, scarves, and heavy sweaters. We have to keep warm, but who said we can't pay tribute to springtime brights?
I'm making a conscious effort to make the switch to lighter, more spring-esque hues. Mixing in lighter coats and jackets, adding brighter accessories to highlight tones in my outfit, and bringing color to my "winter" pieces so they mimic what spring should look like despite being stuck in these cold temperatures. Find your lighter sweaters and cardigans, throw a pale pink or white t-shirt underneath and dig up your light wash jeans. Ta-da! This time spring/winter period is tough to dress for and even tougher to understand, but with a little thinking and some effort, you're golden.
Spring has not-so-sprung.
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