Stonewashed denim

Spring is always a tricky time of the year. It is tricky because it is a transition period between its two elder siblings – Winter and Summer. One has to learn how to easily transition their winter wardrobe to spring but that means you must have a wardrobe that seamlessly transitions between both extremes.

Before you start moving clothes in and out of storage for the new season set aside some winter pieces that’ll keep you stylish and comfortable irrespective of the weather.

The denim jacket is a great example of a transitional piece of clothing. We all have a denim jacket in our closet because you can always count on it to get the job done. When it unexpectedly gets warm, you can fold the sleeves or better still use it as an accessory by tying it around your waist.

The ankle boots shouldn’t be put away just yet, these are super cool footwear that has been on trend for a while now and isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Also, don’t forget the skinny jeans – skinny jeans were basically all I wore this winter and I still need them, but instead of the super thick ones, I’ll be transitioning into spring in my ripped jeans – they’re light and won’t be too thick or itchy just in case it gets hot.

Whether or not you have a bad hair day, a good hat is a great accessory. In this case, I accessorized with a pop of color by donning a burgundy fedora hat which goes well with the boots.

We all can’t wait for spring but while we are waiting we can take it stylishly one step at a time.

denim jacket similar H&M | ripped jean similar ASOS | fedora similar forever 21 | booties CHARLOTTE RUSSE | lipstick ESSENCE | lipgloss ELF

Thanks for stopping bye until next time stay stylish

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