For spring outfit ideas, I like to incorporate soft spring colors to my look for transitional spring weather. My mind has switched from dark winter days to light spring season already. And it’s in line with my way of dressing.
Spring Outfit Ideas – Transitioning to Spring Wardrobe
While the calendar says that the first day of spring this year is March 20th, we still expect light snow here in Boston this weekend – and it’s April already! Since the weather has yet to catch on and I’m not ready to give up my coat, I injected some spring colors into my outfit. Here I wore this light greyish brown coat and a beige beanie. Both pieces are soft spring colors and did the job at keeping me warm. Changing colors from darker tones to lighter shades is a great way to transition winter to spring. Also, incorporating light colors through cozy pieces helps bring spring colors back to your wardrobe and is perfect for in-between weather. The pants I wore has very small geo prints in maroon color. So I decided to pair a burgundy cambridge satchel as an accent color with the maroon print detail of the pants. I know I’m addicted to Cambridge Satchel too much as I’ve shown so many outfits with Cambridge Satchels. Mixing patterns and wine colors in a subtle way also helps transition wardrobe items from winter to spring.
OUTFIT DETAILS / COAT ASOS / SHIRT ASOS （ SOLD OUT, SIMILAR BLOUSE LOVE ） / CAMBRIDGE SATCHEL / TROUSERS ZARA ( OLD, LOVE THIS SIMILAR STYLE ) / SHOES DR. MARTENS / BEANIE FOREVER 21 ( OLD, ADORE THIS ONE )
Finding Spring Outfit Ideas on Pinterest
Even though it’s still frigidly cold in Boston, I have been feeling excited about spring recently and created my spring mood board on Pinterest. I’m obsessed with Pinterest and I pin all the time – on my daily commute, in the morning, during my lunch break and before the night. Basically it’s everytime and everywhere. I’ve spent way too much time on Pinterest. Anyway, my spring mood board is filled with pastel colors, transparency, petals, flowers, and more flowers. Before using Pinterest, I have never thought about what spring should look like in the form of images. After all, it’s still freezing cold outside and flowers are not blooming now. But Pinterest is a place where people can dream. And apparently spring is all about blush pink and blossom in my dream.
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