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It’s spring again. That means you’re going to be warm. And then cold, and then warm again. As much as we’d all like to throw our sweaters in to storage right now, you will still need them for a little bit longer. But there’s a way to transition winter to spring outfits so you’re always dressed for the weather.
Here are some easy steps to segue from winter to spring clothes.
It may feel a bit unnatural to jump straight into bright colors and pastels after months of dark colors and neutrals. Start by adding one or two colorful accessories to a normal winter outfit, and continue to switch out things as the season progresses.
While you’re eager to break out something a little breezier, it may still be a little chilly. Wearing an above-the-knee spring dress with a pair of knee-high boots is stylish but will still keep you warm.
If it’s too warm for a coat but too cool to go without one, try using a blazer as a lightweight replacement. It’ll keep you warm and will be easy enough to take off and carry if you get too warm.
If blazers aren’t your thing, opt for a trench coat. It’s both the perfect weight and a great length to transition from winter to spring. Pair it with a blouse and jeans or a lightweight mini-dress.
It’s not time to put your jeans away for the summer, but you can swap the dark winter ones for a lighter wash. They’re versatile enough to wear with both dark, wool sweaters and light-colored blouses.
Because spring weather can shift on a dime, it’s important to be prepared. That means layers are important. But try to stick to lighter-weight fabrics. A denim jacket with a cotton shirt is easier to shift from winter to spring when peeling off layers.
After a long winter of wear, your sweaters may look as if they’ve seen better, brighter days. Treat them with a sweater comb or send them to the dry cleaners before you store them away for the season.
Once you’ve completed the transition to spring and summer, you’ll need a place to keep your winter belongings. If you don’t have room in your home for your winter clothes as well as your children’s, it’s time for a storage space. Located in Decatur and Jonesboro, we have options for everyone including climate control and student storage. Use our storage calculator to find a unit sized for you!