3 SIMPLE TRANSITIONAL OUTFITS

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This season can be hard to dress for! Spring is just around the corner and we want to believe that the days are getting warmer and warmer when in reality, it's the same dreadful cold that we've been dealing with for the past four months - ew. Last week, Kelli and I decided to collab for a little photoshoot to show off some transitional looks that will keep you warm under a good coat - and they're pretty easy to replicate.

Hopefully these looks will work for you too, or inspire some other looks from your closet!

 This first outfit is pretty basic, but smart and warm at the same time! A collared shirt over a plain crewneck. You can tuck the shirt into jeans or slacks; or you can leave the shirt untucked and wear the duo with leggings for a more comfortable look. If the whole look seems to dull to you, then this is a chance to show off your favorite jewelry pieces or a statement coat.

This first outfit is pretty basic, but smart and warm at the same time! A collared shirt over a plain crewneck. You can tuck the shirt into jeans or slacks; or you can leave the shirt untucked and wear the duo with leggings for a more comfortable look. If the whole look seems to dull to you, then this is a chance to show off your favorite jewelry pieces or a statement coat.

 This outfit shows that there are almost always several different ways to style your favorite pieces. For this look, I took two things that I wear multiple times a week:  White Collared Shirt , and a pair of skinny black pants. Instead of just tucking it in and throwing on some mules like I normally would, I decided to let a few buttons loose to show off a delicate high-neck bralette. I also unbuttoned a few up from the bottom of the shirt and tucked each side criss-cross to make it look like a wrap shirt. I wore some white leather sneakers on my feet to make the look casual.

This outfit shows that there are almost always several different ways to style your favorite pieces. For this look, I took two things that I wear multiple times a week: White Collared Shirt, and a pair of skinny black pants. Instead of just tucking it in and throwing on some mules like I normally would, I decided to let a few buttons loose to show off a delicate high-neck bralette. I also unbuttoned a few up from the bottom of the shirt and tucked each side criss-cross to make it look like a wrap shirt. I wore some white leather sneakers on my feet to make the look casual.

 Who said scarves were only for your neck? For this outfit, I took a small silk scarf and wrapped it through the belt loops of my black jeans for a fun pop of color on my otherwise simple ensemble. I wore a thin black turtleneck under my straight denim jacket and black pointed leather chelsea boots on my feet. Layers really save you when the temperatures drop to single digits!

Who said scarves were only for your neck? For this outfit, I took a small silk scarf and wrapped it through the belt loops of my black jeans for a fun pop of color on my otherwise simple ensemble. I wore a thin black turtleneck under my straight denim jacket and black pointed leather chelsea boots on my feet. Layers really save you when the temperatures drop to single digits!

I hope this blog inspired some new ways to wear and re-wear the pieces that you love. It's important to remember that you don't need all the clothes in the world to kill that "I have nothing to wear" feeling! Sometimes you just need to get creative with what you have to create your own new wardrobe!

Happy Styling! x

Linda

StyleKelli Mason