Fashion to Transition to Spring

Pinks and pastels are always a hit for spring

March is here, and with it are new clothes in all your favorite stores. However, even though it’s technically almost springtime, it still feels cold enough outside to wear all your winter clothes. If you are ready for a fashion change, we have a few ideas of things you can buy to help you transition to spring slowly (and without being freezing every time you step outside).

Reed Garden Square Scarf, Ann Taylor – $59.50 

Start adding a little color – and florals – to your wardrobe with this beautiful scarf from Ann Taylor. This bright green scarf is soft, and features elegant flowers in a bright pattern and a few animals thrown in the mix as well. This is an easy way to make any winter neutral stand out a little more.

Lace Trim Peasant Top, Chico’s – $109 

This bright white peasant top is perfect for a warm spring day. It features a beautiful lace and floral design on the sleeves and bottom of the shirt, and tassel ties to add an extra detail to the neckline. While the weather is still a little chilly, pair with jeans and a cardigan, and when spring arrives, it will look perfect with casual shorts or a skirt and sandals.

Elan V-Back Cover Up Maxi Dress, Nordstrom – $58 

When you can’t resist the new sundress temptation, go for this beautiful maxi dress from Nordstrom. It comes in olive green, melon, white and blue stripe, burgundy and black, and features a spaghetti strap top and deep V-back. The billowy fabric is perfect for sunny days, and the neutral color still makes it fit in with winter wear – especially if you pair with a jean jacket or cardigan.

Victoria Beckham Flat Front Skinny Pants, Neiman Marcus – $550

Nothing says spring like bright colors, and these beautiful sky blue Victoria Beckham pants from Neiman Marcus are perfect for the season. These woven pants have a flat front and a slim fit, ending right above the ankles to show off heels or sandals. Tone it down with a black or grey top at first, and then play up the new season with a colorful, patterned top later.

Sydni Ellis grew up in the great state of Texas, where she learned to love chips and salsa and hot weather. She has a master’s degree in Journalism from the University of North Texas, and she currently works in the College Communications, Marketing and Outreach office at Richland College. Some of her passions include writing, traveling and re-reading the Harry Potter Series every chance she gets. In the spirit of spontaneity, Sydni lives her life with a pen in one hand and her video camera in the other; ready to capture the next great story.

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