Thursday, April 14, 2016

How to Transition to Spring Style

We've had a fabulous dose of Spring (almost Summer-like) weather over the last couple of weeks, and it's got me scrambling a bit to adjust my wardrobe! I do the closet switch-over usually in another month, but with the early warm weather, it's time to pull out the Spring clothes a lot sooner.

The funny thing is, it still feels a little strange to jump right from outfits consisting of mostly black and grey straight to brights and pastels. I feel like I need a bit of an in between to help me transition. Especially since I've been wanting to start wearing dresses without tights again, but it seems a little soon to be wearing a bright pink dress without tights just yet.

That's why I'm absolutely loving the combination of olive green, tan, and black here. It makes the outfit feel a bit more transitional rather than straight up Spring or Summer. This dress from SheIn is super cute -  I was really surprised when it showed up in the mail and the fabric was actually quite substantial! A nice, heavier material than I was expecting. I also love the drawstring waist, as it makes it super easy to adjust perfectly to my size, and defines the waist nicely.

I've been wanting to try a sort of 'safari'-inspired look lately, and I just love how it came together here, with the gladiator-style heels (thrifted from Value Village), combined with the SheIn dress and my trusty trench. I think this olive-tan-black colour combo might just become a regular over the next while...

Dress - SheIn | Trench - Joe Fresh (thrifted via Value Village) | Necklace - Zara (thrifted via Value Village) | Purse - Aldo (thrifted via Value Village) | Shoes - StreetStyle (thrifted via Value Village)

Happy Styling! xo

~ Britta

1 comment:

  1. A shirt dress is a classic staple that will carry you throughout the seasons. Your dress from Shein is great and does work well why we are transitioning into warmer weather.


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