How to Transition from Winter to Spring Without Breaking the Bank

With the Easter Bank Holiday weather forecasted for more rain and possibly snow, we have decided to focus on more  motivating issues; dressing for spring! We understand that although the coming of spring brings many excitements, it also brings many costs. To help you out we have put together a few outfit options that consist of winter pieces you most likely already own. In the spirit of fresh starts, we say that the more creative you become with your clothes; the better!

Outfit #1: Over the knee boots stripped back

Over the knee boots are easily considered the staple footwear option for winter. But, sadly there comes a time when we need to put them back under the bed. With the weather starting to get warmer, the idea of layering these beauties over jeans doesn’t seem to be the most comfortable option. We say, put aside the jeans and try wearing your boots with an oversized shirt or shirt dress for an all around cool vibe.

Over the Knee Block Heeled Boot with Tie Back, £26.50 NEW LOOK at asos.com

Black Bird Print Dress, £100.00 WHISTLES at next.co.uk

 

Belt Mini Shirt Dress (PETITE), £42.00 Topshop topshop.com

Patterned Shirt Dress, £24.99 H&M hm.com

Outfit #2: A new way of wearing your scarf

The easiest way to accessorise in winter can also be the easiest way in spring as well. Adding a scarf as you walk out the door always pulls an outfit together, whether it gives a much-needed pop of colour or strictly for warmth; we are dreading putting away our scarfs. We say, expand your styling creatively and move the scarf upwards: to the top of your head. Experiment with tying it around your ponytail, braiding it into your braids, or simply tying it as a bow on the side.

Special Edition Linen Scarf, £17.99 Zara zara.com

Mixed Polka Dot Satin Neck Scarf, £12.99 Stradivarius at asos.com

Geometric Print Scarf, £19.99 Mango mango.com

Outfit #3: Mixed seasons from top-to-tie

Living in England typically means that your knitwear drawer is the heaviest. We say, try and utilise them as long as possible.  Experiment with pairing your favourite knitwear with a pair of shorts instead of jeans for a different approach to seasonal dressing. Combing textures and different fabrics can be the best way to transition seasons. To give this leg an extra styling one-up, experiment with textured tights under simple fabric shorts.

Crop Sweater, £45 & Other Stories stories.com

High-Waisted Shorts, £17.99 H&M hm.com

Embroidered Shorts, £45.00 Topshop topshop.com

Outfit #4: Double your denim

Jeans. The omnipresent seasonal clothing choice. We all know how easy they are to style up or down. We say, combine your favourite pair of jeans with any other denim accessory. We are loving the double denim look, and we say the more the better. Drag out that old denim shirt and try tucking it in to a similar shade pair of jeans for maximum effect.

Jeans with Side Stripe Details, £25.99 Zara zara.com

Moto Western Denim Shirt, £30.00 Topshop topshop.com

Lucy Acid Wash Denim Shirt, £22.00 boohoo boohoo.com 

Blue Raw Cropped Hem Skinny Jenna Jeans, £25.99 New Look newlook.com

Post Author: Plyska Genova

Plyska Genova
Being a final year Fashion Promotion student I am eager to learn about and experience every inch of the exciting and ever-changing fashion industry. Writing about toasty current trends, celebrity style and beauty necessities, I aim to inform and spread positivity through a very fashionable lens. Constantly dazzled by high fashion’s influence on everyday clothing, you’ll never see me not wearing a frill or flounce of some sort. My best day is when my cappuccino is sweet and my lashes are long.

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