The sun is shining, and the snow is finally melting here in Connecticut. After months of winter coats, wool socks and snow boots, it’s time to start that yearly process of phasing out the heavy layers and integrating lighter, brighter spring clothing into your wardrobe. I spotted this Fashionista on the first real warm day we’ve had after a few brutally cold months. Her outfit is a perfect example of one that can transition from winter to spring. By pairing her look with a chic coat, she’s still able to brave the two feet of snow piled up and the last few cold fronts we have ahead. The outfit is also perfect for warmer, midday temperatures since it also looks super cute without the coat.
When putting this outfit together, this Fashionista focused on comfort. She said that her personal aesthetic is simple—she sticks to what she feels comfortable in as long as it is presentable. That’s when she feels the best and when her personal style and positive personality really shines through. Her pieces are all very functional wardrobe staples. Her simple, draped top looks cute layered for winter or paired simply with a scarf and plain black leggings. Her brown boots are durable enough to strut through snow but are colored lightly enough to wear into the spring months. Overall, her clothes aren’t too wild and do just enough to let her personal beauty shine through.
What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK? “Don’t buy anything in the store that you can’t see yourself wearing and that you don’t absolutely love!”