How To: Dress for Unpredictable Spring Weather

Spring is arguably one of the most frustrating seasons for fashion. With so many unpredicted weather changes, it's a seemingly constant battle of 'hot, cold, hot, cold'. The question is: how can you dress smart to take on whatever Mother Nature throws your way? Here are our top 4 tips for How to Dress for Unpredictable Spring Weather.

 

1. CUFF YOUR JEANS + ADD BREEZY SHOES

For those days it's too cold to wear something above your knees, but it feels like you might burn up from wearing pants, think about ways you can add or take away to make the outfit more in-between. Jeans with closed-toe shoes will trap even more heat, but cuffing your jeans and adding sandals or open toe shoes will balance it out. 

2. INVEST IN LIGHTWEIGHT MAXIS

  Floral Wrap Maxi.   $49. Available at Simple Extravagance Boutique.

Floral Wrap Maxi. $49. Available at Simple Extravagance Boutique.

While some maxi dresses are heavy, many are ideal for days in the 70s. Pay attention to the fabric to make sure the fabric is lightweight, the silhouette is breezy, and the length will fit your frame.

3. LAYER, LAYER, LAYER

  Polka Dot Dress.   $51.  Available at Simple Extravagance Boutique .   The Duster.   $149.  Available at Vetta Capsule.

Probably the biggest key to beating Spring weather is to be prepared. Keeping a chic jacket with you for those warm days that turn out to be cold is crucial.

4. SEEK PIECES WITH CUTOUTS

  Long Sleeve Lace Shirt.   $59.  Available at Height of Fashion.

Long Sleeve Lace Shirt. $59. Available at Height of Fashion.

Anything with cut outs provides you further flexibility. We're a big fan of this lace top because it gives you light coverage through your arms. 

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