This is such a tough time to dress for. One day last week was 60 degrees and another day was snowing. Today I'm styling 5 great transitional pieces for winter and spring.
A solid maxi is a great transitional piece because you can put legging or tights under it for extra warmth in the winter but it's still light for spring and summer. A solid color works for any season.
For winter, I paired it with a jewel toned sweater, a contrasting scarf (under $10) and ankle boots. For spring, you can go simple with a striped tee (under $10), jean jacket and sandals. I added this cool nautical statement necklace for a little bit of a pop.
Bright pants can make your winter wardrobe a lot more fun and they look nice with light colored spring pieces. These outfits are good for work and play.
For winter, pair with a white button down, leather jacket, some ankle boots and a pair of fun gloves. In spring these look great with a light sweater, blouse and printed shoes.
To me flats are a year round thing but if it's very cold where you live, it's nice to get out of heavy boots. A good jewel tone is great year round.
For winter pair with a sweater dress (this one is under $25!) and light tights. A great spring wedding look is flats, a chambray dress and a statement bracelet.
This piece is a little more spring than a year round piece. But sometimes you just need to break out the fun spring clothes.
To make it work for the winter layer a turtleneck under and pair with black pumps. For spring add color with bright heels and add a fun pearl bracelet.
Stripes are great anytime. I've put together two casual looks.
For winter play with print mixing! Add a buffalo plaid jacket and pair with over the knee boots. For a spring walk just add a colorful crossbody bag and white sneakers.