DETAILS: WHITE CROPPED SWEATER (SIMILAR HERE) |WHITE DENIM (UNDER A $100) | STRIPED SHIRT DRESS (SIMILAR HERE) | POWDER BLUE COAT (SOLD OUT, SIMILAR HERE) | WHITE DENIM | NUDE PATENT HEELS | CELINE TOTE (SIMILAR HERE) | SUNGLASSES
Just as we were starting to get used to 60 degree weather we got hit with more snow. There’s nothing more disappointing than packing away your winter wardrobe and having to pull it all out again so I always keep a few great staples for the awkward season when winter transitions to spring.
- : One of my favorite combos to make the transition is layer a crop top over your look. It adds some dimension and is the perfect outer-layer for spring.
- Shirt dress: A shirt-dress (worn as a a top here) is a great versatile piece that you can wear year round, whether layered under a sweater, tied off as a top over a bodycon dress, or by itself with your favorite gladiator sandals when it really warms up you can’t go wrong however you style it. I am so excited to finally have a new youtube video up! See more styling ideas for button ups .
- White denim: I always gravitate towards white in winter and spring so I’m always grabbing my favorite white denim (this one under $100; also love this extra distressed pair). It keeps your look feeling fresh no matter what the weather is outside.
- Pastels: There’s nothing like soft pastels to brighten up your wardrobe. I love this pretty powder blue cocoon coat for those cold mornings or evenings and how pretty is this trench and this pink one?
To see how I tied my button-up in today’s post and other ways to wear your favorite button up shirts watch below: .
Below are a few more pieces that are perfect for transitioning your wardrobe into spring.