1) Change Your Color Palette
Spring is always a great time to bust out the bright colors and feminine pastels that have been hiding for the past four months (or more). While the weather may not cooperate, your outfit can start to reflect the change of the seasons by leaving those dark winter hues behind
2) Add One Spring Item
I’ve started adding a single “Spring style” item to each of my outfits. As winter has been dragging, this is another great way to start incorporating those spring time pieces into your daily style. This can be anything from an eyelet skirt to open toe booties to short sleeves!
3) Play With Pattern
Start playing with your favorite spring and summer prints again! If you love wearing eyelet in the spring and summer, don’t let a lingering winter cramp your style. The same goes for bright floral prints and patterns.
4) Pastel Knits
When all else fails, invest in some brightly colored or pastel knits. Yes, you’re still wearing a sweater (make that a win for winter) but at least it’s a color that makes you think of blooming flowers and warm sunshine!
This last #styletip has been my go-to lately/sadly. While this long drawn out winter has been the biggest drag at least I get to pick out the clothes that make me happy, which is what getting dressed is all about after all!
Until next time,
SWEATER: old, similar here // SKIRT: J.Crew Factory (similar here) // SHOES: Christian Louboutin (under $100 here) // BAG: Givenchy (VERY similar style here under $400) // LIPS: Rimmel “Eastend Snob” + Nars “Chelsea Girl”