Are you ready to start transitioning from Winter to Spring? In Denver, it’s a crazy time of year. Today it’s 60 degrees and yet on Sunday we’ll have a snow storm. So how exactly do you begin the transition? Here are the questions I get most often: When can I start wearing brighter colors? Can I wear my peep toe heels yet? Is it time to get a spray tan? Can I wear dresses without tights?
First, let’s just celebrate that we have these 60 degree days in the middle of winter. Next, let’s remember that we are in winter and that February and March tend to be the snowiest months of the year. With that being said, if you are anything like me, I’m ready for a change. I’m ready for some brighter colors and happy prints.
Despite the weather outside, Spring is in full force at all of the stores and ready to inspire you. Next week I’ll give you the breakdown of my favorite Spring Fashions.
Transitioning into Spring can be really fun! So here are the answers to your most pressing questions.
Can I start wearing brighter colors again?
Yes! My rule of thumb is that if it’s warm, dress for it. Even when it’s not, wearing a pop of color like cobalt blue or red can be inspiring.
Can I wear my peep toe heels yet?
Yes! Although I would avoid them when it’s snowing, on these warmer days, it’s okay to show your toes. Just make sure that you have a fresh pedicure to show off.
Is it time to get a spray tan?
Many people wait to get a spray tan until they are going on vacation or going to an event. I think, if it’s going make you feel great now, then do it. I just had one for my spontaneous weekend getaway and forgot how much better I feel when I’m a little bronzed.
Can I wear dresses without tights?
Yes! I usually reserve my tights for colder days when I need a little coverage on my legs with a dress. However, on warmer days, go ahead and show off your legs.
Here are a few transition pieces I love:
[av_one_half first]Hatley Blazer with a navy dress, $120[/av_one_half]
[av_one_half]Halogen Ottoman Knit Fit & Flare Dress, $99[/av_one_half]
What are your favorite transition pieces? Do you have any other pressing questions?