line

How to Warm Up Your Wardrobe for Spring

submitted
How to Warm Up Your Wardrobe for Spring

Learn How to Make the Transition From Winter to Spring

warm_up_your_wardrobe_1
  • warm_up_your_wardrobe_1
  • warm_up_your_wardrobe_2
  • warm_up_your_wardrobe_3
  • warm_up_your_wardrobe_4
  • warm_up_your_wardrobe_5
  • warm_up_your_wardrobe_6
With winter well underway, and temperatures falling from cold to freezing, spring may seem a long way off. As the wind blows and the snow settles, it can’t hurt to think about the warmer weather ahead—and the fashion possibilities that come with it. Here are a few tips for the girl who wants to transition from cold to warm weather in style.

Embrace the Color of the Season

Tangerine has been named the color of the year by the Pantone Color Institute and the fashion industry at-large, and for good reason. Warm, lively, and incredibly energetic, tangerine reminds us all of warmth, the sun, and fun. All kinds of fashion staples—from clothing, to jewelry, to accessories—can be found in the brilliant shade. Channel your inner fashionista by incorporating splashes of this bright color into your daily wardrobe. The more color you add, the warmer your look will be.

Accessorize

Always a fun way to subtly change your look, accessorizing becomes especially important during transitional seasons, when the weather can be incredibly unpredictable. A bright accessory can work wonders to refresh your outfit—and your outlook. Embellish your outfit with a colorful new bag, or pastel scarf, or try adding a punchy, wide belt to your sweater and skinny jeans.

Try Different Textures

Winter is the season of thick, cozy knits, soft cashmeres, and rich corduroys. Enter the warmer weather and wardrobe textures change dramatically. Gone are the heavily textured pieces, and in their place is a new kind of material—one that is smoother, softer, and wispier. Pack the knits away, and opt instead for soft silks and cottons. Layer these lighter fabrics with cardigans and V-necks, for a look that is cozy and chic.

Do you have any style tricks to get you through the long winter months?

Image credit: Nordstrom.com

TRY ON MAKEUP BY UPLOADING A PHOTO TO TAAZ.

Discuss this Article

Attach
No new comments
I bought some corsets from this site at 2010, I think it is pretty cheap and cool,
I also heared that spicylingerie and dear-lover wholesales from this site,
worth a look..link: http://www.fashion-goddess.com
This comment has been removed.
Attach
I like that first top a lot. I thought the tangerine color would be too bright for me, but I'm starting to really like it. This comment has been removed.
Attach
I'm very much looking forward to spring and I really like the color and style of this first shirt shown. This comment has been removed.
Attach
I like the idea of tangerine wedges or heels!! This comment has been removed.
Attach
I am sold on this tangerine color for the spring. Can't wait to warm up my wardrobe! :P This comment has been removed.
Attach
I love tangerine flats! This comment has been removed.
Attach
I might try a sexy, tangerine lip color! This comment has been removed.
Attach
I will be wearing this color for sure
. I already went out and got some orange gloss!
This comment has been removed.
Attach
boty This comment has been removed.
Attach
I love the tangerine cardigan! I have to get my hands on one of those before spring. This comment has been removed.
Attach
1 teleies foto einai polu cool This comment has been removed.
Attach
gia!!!! pws se lene??? This comment has been removed.
Attach
@courtney2bambi Fellow short girl here, too. I get everything tailored! This comment has been removed.
Attach
@colormered How can anyone feel bad when they are wearing such a sunny color, right? This comment has been removed.
Attach
@RoryGautsche Love Free People. Easy, breezy, and cool! This comment has been removed.
Attach
Searching comments
9466 Black Mountain Rd, Suite 250, San Diego, CA 92126
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT