Friday, April 8, 2011

Springing into Spring

Getting dressed this time a year poses a challenge to every fashionista. Looking skeptically out the window, while standing in front of your closet, wondering whether you will freeze or have a hot flash, is a dilemma that can be avoided if you know how to dress for the in-between seasons.

Transitional dressing requires just a little bit of planning and the right pieces in your wardrobe.

As the weather gets warmer, you might be inclined to ditch the tights and show off some leg. To avoid getting chilly, try a sweater dress. Our 100% cashmere Lily Pad Hoodie dress is a great solution. With it's long sleeves and functional hoodie, the dress will keep you warm while still showing a bit of skin!

Lily Pad Hoodie - $288

Conversely, you can show off your flair for fashion in a tribal print dress. Pair our Tied To The Tribe Dress with some black opaque tights, a pair of platform black booties, and an edgy feather necklace.

Tied To The Tribe Dress - $138

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Or perhaps after a long winter of wearing dark colors, you are ready for a pop of color! Bold colors are everywhere this season, so why not welcome the spring season in our Star In The Dust sweater. Its oversize fit and scoop neck makes this hand knit, off the shoulder top a great transitional piece.

Star In The Dust Sweater -$75

So, while you wait to dive into airy, floral spring fashion, take a second to consider transitional dressing. Did we miss anything? Share your tips!

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