How To Transition Your Style From Winter To Spring

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Winter is coming to an end, and with it, we now must say goodbye (for now), to all those warm, cozy and heavy knits, coats and many other layers of clothing that came as the perfect companion for the cold temperatures of the season. As time passes, and seasons change, now it’s time to welcome Spring, and your style, of course, is part of the equation.

As much as I love Winter, there comes a time when we all have to leave it behind in order to welcome a new Season. Spring is just around the corner, and as in every year, it’s a time of change. Spring represents the beginning of a new mood, where the sun comes out, flowers reborn, and colors seems to pop up all over nature.

Welcoming a new season also means changes in the way we dress. Transitioning your style from such opposites, Winter and Spring, can be easily done with the help of some tips I have found quite useful.

  • Use layers for your advantage. Now you can start wearing your dresses without tights, or skirts without long boots to cover you up, but always take with you a sweater or jacket because the cold isn’t completely gone, just like I did with this cape as a cover up for the chilly weather that still lives.
  • Winter is a season where colors turn deep and dark, and where we tend to leave behind the cheerful tones. Now that this season is coming to an end, bring those vivid colors to your style, adopting the joyous vibe of Spring.
  • As well as we leave behind the heavy garments, it’s time to start letting your skin show up. After the cold days that made us be all covered up, now it’s time for your skin to breathe again, soaking up the sun and feeling the heat of the Spring coming, as you can see I’m doing with this lace top which certainly leaves some skin exposed.
  • What can be more related to Spring like flowers? Use this staple in your outfit to make you feel like a total Spring queen, like I did with this flowers lace top reminding me of the season to come.

Por mucho que me guste el Invierno, llega un tiempo en el que debemos dejarlo atrás para darle la bienvenida a una temporada. La Primavera está a la vuelta de la esquina, y como en todos los años, es tiempo de cambios. La llegada de la nueva temporada significa el inicio de una nueva etapa, donde el sol sale, las flores renacen, y donde la Naturaleza se llena de color y vida.

Darle la bienvenida a una nueva temporada significa también hacer cambios en la forma en la que vestimos. Hacer la transición de dos temporadas tan distintas en tu estilo, puede ser más fácil de lo que parece con la ayuda de unos tips que me han sido muy útiles.

  • Usa capas de ropa a tu favor. Llegó la hora en la que puedes usar vestidos y faldas sin necesidad de medias o botas para cubrirte del frío, pero lo ideal es llevar contigo un suéter o chamarra porque el frío no se ha ido por completo.
  • En Invierno los colores que tendemos a usar son obscuros y profundos, así que ahora que se aproxima el cambio, comienza a integrar colores alegres a tu atuendo del día.
  • Al dejar detrás las prendas que nos mantienen cálidos durante el frío, también es hora de descubrirse de las capas de ropa que nos protegían en el Invierno que está por terminar, dejando que la piel respire y tome el sol después de una temporada cubierta.
  • ¿Qué puede ser más Primaveral que las flores? Adopta este clásico en tus prendas para adoptar la temporada que ya casi llega.

I’m wearing:

Zara top and shoes, Guess jeans

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