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8 Looks to Transition from Winter to Spring

February 18, 2014

Picking the right outfit during this transitional time between winter and spring can be daunting. While we are so anxious to spring ahead wearing our new ensembles, the weather makes it a little difficult in most parts of the country. Well, not to worry! In today’s post, our Stylist Becky came up with eight stylish looks that are perfect for this in-between time. Watch the video below to see our practical fall pieces that will work great with your spring ensembles.


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Don’t walk away from chic black and white! This classic trend works for all seasons and is a big trend right now.

LOOK 1: Fingerless Fleather Gloves, Fall ’13 New Release Cocoon Scarf (Snow), Simple Cami (White), Spring 2014 Needle Lace Shell, Static Jacket, Fleather Skirt, Steve Madden Booties
LOOK 2: Simple Cami (White), Spring 2014 Needle Lace Shell, Fleather Skirt, Gucci Sandals

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Quality basics are worth the investment! Neutrals such as gold, black and white, and army green can easily transition to spring. These key pieces will make your outfits work, no matter the season.

LOOK 3: Spring 2014 Easy Tank, Multi Topper, Spring 2014 Anorak, Skin Print Scarf, Gold Ruby Jean, Hive & Honey Charm Bracelet
 LOOK 4: Spring 2014 Easy Tank, Spring 2014 Anorak, Gold Ruby Jean break out jacket

Give your suit a twist with this abstract animal print and look uber–chic, or dress up your favorite distressed jeans with a dressy jacket for cheeky style.

 LOOK 5: Skin Print Wrap, Spring 2014 City Blazer, Spring 2014 Hole Punch Belt, City Pant
 LOOK 6: Skin Print Wrap, Spring 2014 City Blazer, Spring 2014 Deconstructed Brett Jean, Rebecca Minkoff Necklaces

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Consider white to be one of your closet essentials. You can wear white any time of year. Remember, be yourself and you’ll always be in fashion!

LOOK 7: Norma Jean Jacket, Fleather Shell, Tailored Shirt, Indie Jean (White), DVF Bag
LOOK 8: Fleather Shell,  Indie Jean (White), Norma Jean Jacket


Tell us in the comments section, which of your favorite fall items will make it into your spring wardrobe.