Tips for the Spring Transition, Part I

One day it’s hot, and everyone is showing their skin off to the world. The next day it’s cold, and everyone is bundled up giving the world a dirty look for robbing them of the warm weather. This is the season I like to call sprinter, or the transition from winter to spring.

While the weather can be a bit difficult to predict, one thing we know is that soon our winter clothes will be packed away or pushed to the back of our closets. Our spring and summer clothes slowly emerging to the front.

This week, I want to give a few tips for transitioning to spring weather. Let’s get a few final uses out of our winter clothes while embracing our desire for our favorite spring pieces.

Tip #1: Keep the boots but lose the tights. 

Before long, our boots will be covered in dust, waiting on fall to return. But this transition period is the perfect time to wear them! Find a good spring dress, and add your boots! They will help keep your legs warm while allowing you to wear a fun spring piece.

Are you still wearing your boots during this transition?

For more sprinter inspiration, check out my spring transition pin board on Pinterest and come back tomorrow for tip #2!

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This entry was published on April 3, 2012 at 11:56 am. It’s filed under Smart and Savvy...Style and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

4 thoughts on “Tips for the Spring Transition, Part I

  1. still wearing my boots!

  2. Pingback: Tips for the Spring Transition, Part II « Smart and Savvy Style

  3. Pingback: Tips for the Spring Transition, Part III « Smart and Savvy Style

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