Tips On Choosing Chic Spring Fashions You Want To Know
By Bridget Allen
When the snow starts to melt and flowers begin to dot the scenery, you know it is spring! What better way to celebrate the coming of the season with packing away your heavy winter sweaters and coats and welcoming the spring season in with pastel colors, feminine prints, and gauzy clothing? When it comes time to plan your spring wardrobe, it may be tempting to run around in thin, flutter sleeve shirts and flirty skirts, but your local weather may not allow it. Keep your physical weather in mind before you buy silky tops, cropped pants, and flippant skirts"finding yourself out in the cold!
Many places in the country equate spring with rain. If you live in an area where the March, April, and May showers mean summertime flowers, then take this into account when choosing your spring fashion wardrobe. Consider purchasing a fantastic rain jacket, cute rain hat, or fantastic umbrella to warm off the wet weather and remain dry. Also, the trend here of recent allows individuals to wear brightly patterned galoshes with everyday clothing in order to protect your tootsies from the puddles.
If you area allows warmer clothing to be ushered in with the spring season, then do not hold back! Choose strappy heels that will provide your feet with a much needed break from stuffy boots. Do not forget to treat yourself to that lovely pedicure and paint your tootsies a lovely pastel shade of pink. Find flirty dresses, skirts, and tops that are one hundred percent feminine and spring-like. You may need to look into a couple of cardigans to cover up on the chilly days, but look for one with pretty trim like lace or crochet. Finally, lighten up from those heavy wool pants and choose lightweight trousers that are crisply pressed and khaki in color.
However, many of us live in areas where spring only means winter with a few more flowers. If you find yourself stuck in winter, even though spring has arrived, change your state of mind. Even though you may still need those heavy coats, perk it up with a brightly colored faux flower corsage. Look into swapping out those dark winter colors for light springtime colors like pinks, green, purples, white, cream, and blues. If you find you need those winter boots, still treat yourself to a pedicure to perk up your tootsies to feel more spring like on the inside.
About The Author
Bridget Allen has worked for many years in the fashion industry, at a senior level, and she has written an amazing totally free fashionista minicourse that will thrill, entertain, and most importantly educate you about what you absolutely need to know about fashion.
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