How to Transform A Fall Wardrobe For Spring

Published on 10 March 2021 at 14:49

Winter may be around, but most of us are looking forward to sunny spring days. Thankfully, you don't have to cling to those heavy, bundled layers and boots any longer.

Start transitioning your look from snow flurries to flowers with a few of our top picks from our women's clothing online boutiques for a quick fall to spring transition.

Now that we're on the verge of spring, it's time to dig through your winter wardrobe and bring out the florals, brights, and a favorite silk dress! Here are some tips for you to help you tackle this season with grace and style.

Over-the-knee boots can be worn (pair them with flirty spring dresses)

There's no need to pack these with the rest of your winter gear. Wear them with a lightweight jacket and a chiffon mini dress. You'll look stylish, and they'll keep your legs warm while revealing a little skin.

Swap ankle booties with flats

Yeah, we adore our booties, but switching from these chunky winter staples to a feminine flat immediately gives you a look that screams, "I'm ready for spring." There's a style for every foot, with choices like ankle braces, romantic prints, and trendy pointed toes.

Combine a chunky sweater with a chiffon maxi skirt for a stylish look

We've all been savoring the comfort of cashmere sweaters for months and are looking forward to having the heat on our faces. But, before you dismiss your big chunky sweater and chuck it into the "see you next season" bin, give it a second chance.

Try wearing a large sweater over a lightweight chiffon maxi skirt or culottes instead of jeans or tights. It's plain and stylish, and when combined with bold accessories, it's the ideal transitional look.

Using a boyfriend blazer to your advantage (use it as a lightweight jacket)

We've been dressing in peacoats and parkas, so try your boyfriend blazer as a jacket for a classic and effortless change layer. For a casual but chic look, layer it over a bright graphic tee and an embellished skirt.

Culottes are the ideal bottom layer for transitioning from one season to the next

Is it a pair of pants or a pair of shorts? Who knows, but you're cool, relaxed, and able to feel a breeze on your ankles. Combine velvet or leather culottes with light layers and a bold heel or bootie.

Consider a trench coat (it will be the centerpiece to a simple outfit)

A trench coat is an ideal weight and length for transitional weather, particularly if you're looking to add some variety to your wardrobe. This is a great layering to wear over a flirty dress when it's too cold to wear it alone. Experiment with different fabrics, such as silk, which keeps you warm without being too heavy and is still attractive. This is a necessary spring fashion staple every woman should own.

Trade-in your dark indigo jeans for a new pair (try light wash denim)

Gradually brighten your closet by switching to a lighter, brighter wash of denim. Cropped oversized denim jackets are already in style and will be for the rest of the year, so don't be afraid to invest in a decent cut.

Opt for a chunky mule or an open-toe boot

If there is any time to wear ankle boots, it's now. It's the ideal shoe for keeping your toes warm while still allowing you to run around in the sun. This year's major trend is open-toe booties and mules, which are both great ways to show off your new pedicure.

Make use of your wardrobe to match fabrics that are opposed

Pairing a thicker fabric with chiffon, poplin, or suede is a perfect way to transition your wardrobe. It's important to choose fabrics that are both breathable and heavy. A lightweight dress or skirt with denim is my current favorite layering combination. When the right fabrics are mixed, the result is a very stylish look.


When fall gives way to spring, it's time to put away puffer coats and snow boots and search for jackets and flats once more. Embrace the season's revitalizing colors and patterns by bidding goodbye to the season's dark hues. We've got your spring style covered, so get out there and enjoy the sunshine!

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