3 Tips For Dressing For Spring

As winter makes way to spring, it’s time to think about swapping out your winter clothes for something more akin to springtime.

Depending on where you live, the weather and the clothes that you’ll be comfortable in will vary. But in most places, spring weather means putting away your thick winter clothes and breaking out something more fresh. So if you’re ready for this, here are three tips for dressing for spring.

Embrace Bright Colors

Although many people love wearing brighter colors in the lead-up to Christmastime and New Year’s, the rest of winter is spent wearing darker colors. So now that spring is coming, it’s time to start embracing brighter colors in your clothes and accessories.

If you’re not ready to start dressing in pastels right off the bat, you can transition from your winter wardrobe to your spring wardrobe by adding pops of color here and there. If you have a lighter jacket in a bright color, try wearing this as opposed to your darker jackets. You can also change out your winter purse for something brighter or add pops of color under or over the other clothes that you wear as the weather begins to change.

Break Out The White

White typically isn’t a color that many people wear in the winter. In fact, most people ascribe to the idea that you shouldn’t wear white after Labor Day. But now that spring is starting to come, it’s time to break your white clothes back out.

One simple way to bring your white clothes back out and embrace brighter springtime color is to wear white on the bottom part of your outfits. You can break out some white denim, white skirts, and more. You can even wear something that isn’t entirely white, be it off-white or white with other colors as accents.

Continue To Wear Layers

Just because one day of spring feels like it’s turning closer to summer doesn’t mean that the next day will be that way, too. So as spring weather comes but winter weather can still be in the mix, you’ll want to make sure that you’re ready for any temperatures.

To best do this, it’s wise to continue to wear layers when you’re leaving the house. Especially if you’re older and are particularly susceptible to changes in temperature, as those who are used to warmer weather or those in senior living facilities are, wearing layers is ideal. You should start with lighter layers and then add a few more layers on top to ensure that you’re able to get to and maintain the perfect temperature for your body based on the weather of the day.

If you’re needing a little guidance as you change up your wardrobe for spring, consider implementing the tips mentioned above in the next few weeks and months.