Spring weather ranges from cold and rainy to sunny and warm. It’s important that a spring wardrobe accommodates all forms of precipitation and other forms of weather. For this look, I really wanted to show my own personal spring style. I love to represent spring fully with a hint of both summer and winter. My style as shown in these pictures is summer-y, with a crop top and sandals, but also winter-y, with a cozy sweater to wrap up if the spring air turned cold. Usually I get a little too eager for summer and end up dressing way too warmly for the weather. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with showing a little skin while also feeling incredibly cozy at the same time. Plus, a Fashionista never gets cold.
Other than dressing to show my excitement for the coming summer months, spring is also all about the details for me. In this outfit the bat-wing sleeves of the sweater, the bralette, and the strappy details on the sandals really add a lot to the overall style of the outfit. It’s the details that truly make the outfit, and especially for spring when it’s still appropriate to layer, but also branch out into warmer weather clothing as well.
Overall, spring is a hard season to dress for. The weather is always changing, and it can be unpredictable, especially when it comes to picking out clothes to wear. The key is to wear what makes you happy, wear what makes you excited, and most importantly wear what makes you feel like the best version of yourself.