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One second it’s hot, next second it’s cold and rainy. Spring, you’re kind of the worst when it comes to being consistent. Picking out clothes becomes that much harder – do you stick to wearing the winter staples you’re sick of looking at or do you break out the summery pieces even if it’s 10-15 degrees too cold? Well, my friends, I have an answer for you and guess what, you can wear BOTH!
HOW TO LAYER IN TRANSITIONAL WEATHER: DRESSES
You can increase the longevity of both your cold and warm weather pieces by smashing them together (not literally, just sartorially). In these photos, I paired my grey turtleneck with my black slip dress and cowboy booties for a combo that’s spring-weather friendly. I chose to wear this look without tights, but adding tights would make this look even more cold-weather friendly – perfect for when the temps drop significantly at night! I love wearing summer dresses over long sleeve tops – you can pretty much layer any summer dress over at thin winter top and it will look super chic, I promise.
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HOW TO LAYER IN TRANSITIONAL WEATHER: T-SHIRTS
It’s not quite warm enough to wear t-shirts solo yet, so for a more casual twist on layering, I’ve been breaking out my t-shirts in conjunction with my sheer mesh long sleeve shirts (yes, that’s right, I actually own TWO of these shirts!). This combo keeps me a bit warmer and also adds an intentional extra edge to my graphic tees. This is definitely a go-to look for me for both spring and fall!
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How do you dress in transitional weather? Do you like to layer or do you ditch your cold weather pieces in favor of warm weather ones? Let me know in the comments below.
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