similar) // Shirt: rue21 (old, similar) // Jeans: Wal-Mart (old, similar) // Flats: Wal-Mart (similar) // Clutch: DIY (similar) // Necklace: Wal-Mart (cute option) // Bracelet: Wal-Mart (in stores, similar) // Earrings: Charlotte Russe // Ring: Don't Remember (similar) // Lips: N.Y.C. Expert Last Lipcolor in Air Kiss
Happy Friday loves! Today I have a special post for you. I've done a little collaboration with fellow blogger Dee of Slumber Talk. We decided to show you our take on how to transition your wardrobe from Winter to Spring. My look is relatively simple, classic, and chic. What better way to start dressing for Spring even when the weather is still somewhat winter like, than a chic blazer, a pop of pastel, and cute flats. You want to be able to pull away layers due to weather temperature changes. Here in Louisiana the weather is a bit cray cray. We never really have a true transitional period between seasons. I've mentioned this before to you dears many times before. The weather has been in the mid 80s lately. This is why I was able to wear that miniskirt in my last post. Now that the weather is warmer i can only think of florals, clean lines and lightweight pieces. Here is another example of transitioning your wardrobe to spring I've done.
So loves, how do you transition your wardrobe to spring? Let me know below in the comments by linking your transitional looks. Also don't forget to check out Dee's post, for more inspiration!