Everyday Style, Fashion, Spring

5 Easy Tips for Fabulous Spring Outfits

Hey, guys!  Welcome back to Talk Fabulous!

Happy first day of Sping!  The birds are chirping, the grass is greening up, and the flowers are starting to peek out of the ground.  Even though it’s now officially spring, temperatures can still be on the chilly side.  How do we dress during this transitional period?     Don’t worry, I have a few easy tips that will make getting dressed a breeze!
These tips are based on an article from Who, What, Wear called The Best Transitional Spring Pieces No Matter Where You Live.  As you might have guessed from the title, they focus region by region. However, I’m going to share a few broad tips that will work for everyone regardless of location.

Wear a cardigan as a jacket
I do this all the time.  Layer on a heavy cardigan and you’re ready for anything.  If it gets too hot, simply remove it and you’re still good.  This tip is perfect for those warm days and cool nights.

Reach for ankle boots
Ditch the knee-high boots for ankle boots.  This works especially well if you have colored ankle boots, but any color will do.  Ankle boots will keep you cooler than knee-highs yet still provide protection from rain or any freak snow showers that may pop up.

Pull out the lightweight sweaters
Exchange chunky sweaters for thin, lightweight ones.  This is one of my favorite tricks.  I love sweaters, but I often get too hot in heavier ones. During the spring, I’m all about wearing lightweight sweaters and ¾-length ones.  That’s my jam this time of year!

Add a scarf 
If there’s a chill in the air, the easiest thing to do is put on a scarf.  Not only will this keep you warm, but it will also add interest to your outfit.  I love those pieces that do double duty!

Wear bright colored pieces
It’s nice to pull out some bright colors after the dark, cold, winter months. Think corals, pinks, greens, blues; basically anything that looks like spring. This trick is sure to get you ready spring and looking stylish in no time!

What are your tips for transitional spring dressing?

That’s all for today.  See you guys in my next post!


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