FASHION

Transitioning to Spring…

Two weeks before Spring is here and all I can say is how much I have missed you! So excited to leave my coat in storage and to start wearing lighter layers. The Spring/Summer Season is bringing so many trends to wear; from flare pants, floral prints to denim and everything ’70s.

Peter Pilotto, Zara Jeans

For those like me who cannot wait for warmer weather, let me share my idea to transition smoothly from brutal Winter 2014 to please-come-soon Spring 2015. Because I still need to layer during the first weeks of spring, a great option is a light trench coat or a sleeveless faux fur vest (similar).

I am also still debating how I would survive without my skinny jeans. While I make my conclusion,  I can play with the skinny-flare shape pants (similar) by Zara. I love that it elongates the legs and it has a tiny boot cut shape at the bottom, not quite “flare” yet. It feels like a teaser or preparation to adopt the upcoming flare-loose pants that it will be everywhere very soon.

To add more fun to your outfit, wear some prints. My choice, a print Peter Pilotto for Target top (similar). I just love the bold floral print, the long sleeves to keep me warm and its simple shape which makes it very easy to style with pants, skirts, and vests (pictured by Forever 21). A white handbag by Coach and black pumps (similar) by Anne Klein completes my outfit. I know what you are thinking… but guess what? you can break the rules, you don’t have to match your bag with your shoes, just be yourself and have fun!

Peter Pilotto, Zara JeansPeter Pilotto top, Zara JeansPeter Pilotto, Zara Jeans

Peter Pilotto, Zara Jeans

Peter Pilotto top, Zara Jeans Peter Pilotto, Zara Jeans

Peter Pilotto, Zara JeansPeter Pilotto, Zara Jeans

Photo Credit: Dennis Rodriguez

 

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