How to dress for transitional spring weather

4 stylish outfits for spring you will love.

Spring weather can be really tricky sometimes, especially when transitioning from a cold and long winter. Add unexpected temperature changes and “I don’t have anything to wear” days and out of the sudden, office-to-event dressing becomes a real nightmare.

When transitioning your wardrobe from winter to spring, it’s always a good idea to play around with classic staples. Key pieces such as trench coat, biker jacket, good pair of jeans, comfy footwear or statement jewels are fail-safe investment essentials you can’t go wrong with. But how to update your everyday transitional weather attire without recycling the same old outfits?

Top tips for transitional weather dressing

1. It’s all about the layers.

Layering is the number one rule to follow when it comes to any transitional dressing. It helps you stay warm, yet, it adds that finishing touch to your outfit. The key piece for spring layering is a jacket – classic blazer, trench coat, denim or biker jacket, these are your go-to staples.

2. Go for mid-length.

Midi dress, midi skirt, mid sleeves – these are your ultimate day-to-dark wardrobe pieces. They work wonderfully for the mid-season chill, plus they can be easily dressed up or down. Sounds like a win-win!

3. Mix different textures and prints.

Spring is a fun and fashionable season, so mixing up different fabrics and patterns is a way to go. They will add an easy-chic twist to your everyday wardrobe, especially if you play around with florals, stripes and wool, cotton and linen.

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Remember when we mention mixing fabrics and textures? Well, here is how you should do it. Cotton is a great breathable and lightweight fibre for transitional weather but paired with rattan, rope, wood and bold florals it really gets a hint of glam.

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Easy going chic

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Good old trainers, we can really imagine any spring season without them, can we? Long gone are the days when sports footwear was reserved only for the gym, so we are pleased to see trainers as an essential part of your daily wardrobe. Wear them with denim, but don’t forget to add some feminine touches too.

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Smart casual

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Smart dressing is something we usually tend to choose for everyday outfits, as it works perfectly for workwear and evening hangouts. A comfy pair of shoes and a nice day dress are an easy way to build your look, but what really makes a difference are accessories. You should definitely have fun with those!

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80’s glam

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You spring closet wouldn’t be complete with a pair of blue jeans, don’t you agree? Ditch the skinny jeans, and replace them with straight cut or boyfriend jeans paired with an edgy biker jacket and a statement off-the-shoulder top.

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Editor’s note: Feature image via Flaunter.