Transition Your Closet from Winter to Spring

By Tyler Martin

Play Around With Color

Adding pops of color to your pre-existing winter outfits is one of the easiest ways to make your outfits feel lighter, more playful and summery. For example, replace your black cashmere with a bright yellow cotton crewneck and pair it with your same go-to pair of jeans. 

Loewe, Cat-Eye Acetate Sunglasses, $380

Staff Member Bennett Hill

Emi Jay, Super Bloom Plumeria Clip in Wild Orchid, $15

Shoes, Shoes, Shoes!

I love switching up my basic winter outfits with a simple shoe swap. Introducing sandals, flip flops, slides, and open-toed heels can transform any outfit so that it is appropriate for warmer weather. You can definitely keep your sneakers around, but it’s definitely time to put away our Uggs and leather knee-high boots for the season.

Gia Borghini, Perni 11 Double Strap Platform Sandal, $222

Christian Louboutin, Me Dolly Patent Leather Mules, $795

Celine, Block Sneakers With Wedge Outsole, $890

Textures and Fabrics

Spring/Summer means playing with new textures. Just because it’s hot out doesn’t mean you are restricted to tee shirts and short shorts. Swap out your winter tops for some terry cloth and crochet, and your leather and wool bottoms for some lighter fabrics, such as linen.

Frankie’s Bikinis, Collette Crochet Mini Dress, $170

Staff Member Ella Mills

Aritzia, Sail Shirt, $88

Introduce Summer Staples

Another way to spring-ify your outfits is to add in your summer staples. For example, incorporating pieces that are summer-specific. Spring/Summer is the perfect time to wear your favorite strapless dresses, two-piece sets, and denim shorts. You can even turn your favorite swimsuit into the cutest summer outfit. Try pairing your bikini top with a pair of loose, baggy jeans and a crochet top layered over.

Heavy Manners, Double String Bikini Top, $110

Acne Studios, Ruffled-Trim Tank Top, $250

With Jean, Chloe Corset Dress, $109

Tyler Martin

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