Transition From Winter To Spring

Transition From Winter To Spring

It’s been pretty nice in Chicago even though there’s still snow left on the ground. The big question is: what do I wear during this awkward time when it’s not spring yet? I’ve seen people walking around in the city wearing shorts and flip flops and then there’s people that are still wearing their long North Face jackets. I decided to create some Polyvore boards with different outfit inspiration ideas and color palettes for the time when it’s 50 degrees outside, but it’s still not the appropriate time to pull out those shorts.

For men, you can start wearing those brighter colors. Instead of wearing flip flops quite yet, try a pair of colored oxfords or even a pair of heavier boat shoes. Pull out the sunglasses and accessorize with a watch and belt (you can even try fun socks with the oxfords). A lighter weight button up shirt is always the perfect go-to shirt instead of just wearing a T-shirt. I decided to add a trench coat because it’s the perfect weight for that awkward time between seasons. I also love to layer outfits because it makes the whole switching seasons a lot easier.


For women, these joggers are so cute, comfy, and perfect for the in-between seasons. I decided to pair them with open toe black booties or if you don’t want to wear heels, you can simply wear them with a pair of slip-ons. I recently bought found a pair of sparkly Keds from Macy’s on sale for $13.00. I paired this outfit with a T-shirt and blazer and you can play it up with accessories. Bring out the bright colors and pastel nail polish!

Time to start cleaning out your closet and do some Spring cleaning!
Happy Shopping
XOXO,
Gina Nicolette

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