As the weather starts to change, it can be tempting to go out and buy all-new spring clothes. But before you start shopping, consider some ways to transition your wardrobe from winter to spring without breaking the bank.
Transitioning your wardrobe from winter to spring doesn't have to be expensive, no matter your age, size, or shape! By layering, adding pops of color, investing in quality basics, mixing and matching, accessorizing, and getting creative with your outerwear, you can freshen up your look for the new season without melting your credit card in the process.
In today's blog, we’ll look through some of the critical areas in your wardrobe that you can change to transition from winter to spring fashion with as little effort as possible.
Don't store away your winter coat just yet! To make fresh ensembles, consider combining them with lighter spring clothing. For those chilly spring days, a winter coat can still be a fantastic layering piece and will, no doubt, get a lot of use as the weather transitions from season to season.
A perfect choice for outwear during the seasonal change would be our Snow Leopard Cardigan Duster, which features a longer cut and thicker fabric to give you extra warmth while also being less restrictive than typical winter outerwear.
If you're still experiencing winter weather and don’t have much wiggle room with other items, why not try utilizing accessories instead? Accessories are a fantastic way to infuse any outfit or wardrobe with pops of glorious color that can define a seasonal ensemble.
Our Divine Booties make the ideal accessory for those who want to enjoy a pop of color in our wardrobes. With a stylish leopard print outer, these booties are statement makers and can make even the dourest winter outfit feel more alive!
That’s it for today’s blog! Check out our blogs for more tips and tricks for wearing your favorite clothing items to achieve the perfect Vibe. Our latest arrivals and bestsellers are also an ideal place to search for your next look. Until then, we’ll see you in the next blog!