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When seasons change, so does fashion, but it can be a little tricky to figure out what to wear when winter starts to turn to spring. Depending on where you live, the temperatures might still be fluctuating and you might even get snow showers following a day in the 70s!

My favorite thing to do as far as transitioning my wardrobe to spring goes is to wear light layers and patterns that hint of warmer weather, while still staying warm on those chilly mornings or days when the temperature dips back down. These are a few of my favorite staples and feel free to add your own ideas in the comments!

Must have transitional pieces for spring: florals!

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Muted florals or pastel florals paired with dark jeans are some of my favorite things to wear as spring begins to approach. The colors are still a little bit wintry, but the flowers hint at their real-life counterparts that are dying to poke up through the frostbitten ground. You can even turn your floral dress into a shirt until it gets warm enough to wear it!

Must have transitional pieces for spring: denim jackets!

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The denim jacket is the perfect piece to keep you warm if there’s a breeze, but it’s so easy to pair with pastels or flowy shirts to create a look that hints of spring. My denim jacket and white jeans are definitely my go-to casual spring outfit!

Must have transitional pieces for spring: scarves!

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The disappearance of the snow doesn’t mean your scarves have to follow suit! Switch out your heavy knitted ones for light, airy alternatives and slowly make the transition into warm weather as you begin to remove the warm layers.

I can’t wait for the winter fashion to turn to spring and then finally, summer and swimsuit season! What are your must-haves for transitioning your style to warmer weather? I’d love for you to leave your ideas in the comments or send them to us on Pinterest!

 

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