While it seems like spring is in full swing everywhere else, it’s definitely still chilly here in Seattle. I am eyeing so many new spring clothes, but am doing my best to resist until it gets a little warmer (although I did pick up a few items). Until then, I am thinking of ways to re-wear many of my fall and winter items as we (very, very) slowly transition to spring fashion. Here are some tips on how to transition your winter clothes to spring!
Two of my favorite items I wore throughout fall and winter are these over the knee boots and my trusty faux leather jacket. I don’t think I’ve worn them together on the blog before, but here’s a simple outfit with them together! This look is classic and can be easily replicated. Who doesn’t have a leather jacket and over the knee boots? Well, if you don’t, these are wardrobe essentials that you should invest in! I’ve had this jacket for several years now, and I’m sure you know I’ve worn these over the knee boots so much this year.
Here are four ways you can transition your winter clothes to spring:
- Layer your faux leather jacket over any outfit. Whether it’s with a simple over the knee boots outfit like in this post or with a pleated maxi skirt outfit, the options are endless!
- Style over the knee boots with a pretty skirt or dress. Not only is this a chic combination, it’s a great way to incorporate more flirty spring items! Examples here and here.
- Continue wearing your trench coat into spring. A classic spring combination is pairing your trench coat with a striped top. Add some floral prints and you have yourself a very cute outfit! Examples here and here.
- Booties are a fall and winter favorite. Good news – you can still wear them during spring! Pair them with a cardigan and light scarf, or better yet, a spring dress! Examples here and here.
I’m sure there are many fall and winter items that you can wear through spring but these are definitely the ones that I can always rely on. What are your favorite fall and winter items that you like to wear all year long? Let me know in the comments section how you transition your winter clothes for spring!