How to: Dress for Transitional Weather


  I’ll admit it. Im trying to be patient and wait on spring but it’s hard! In the morning it’s cold outside; however, by noon it’s warm outside and the sweater that was perfect for the morning is suddenly making me sweat by noon. This transitional weather can be difficult to dress for. One solution for this type of weather that I always suggest is: layering. Layering is an easy fix to confusing weather. You can easily layer with a cardigan or a light jacket, just as I did in the look below. 

   As the weather continues to be stubborn, I’m sure I’ll post more transitional looks so stay tuned! Here are the outfit details for this look:

Suede Jacket: Who What Wear for Target

Hat: Target

Turtleneck: Target

Romper: Charlotte Russe

Boots: Old Navy

I’ll be completing a Spring Lookbook. If there is a certain look you want to see, feel free to comment below. 
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Happy Monday!

  I was talking to a friend the other day and I was so frustrated. I said “I feel like all I ever do is run errands.” We talked about this for a while and finally he asked “When do you need to get all this stuff done?” I thought about it for a while and realized that most of these errands didn’t have an immediate due date. I just wanted to get them done and cross them off of my list.

  I’ve been thinking about that ever since. How many of us are going through life just “crossing stuff off of our list?” I’m not saying that you should be careless and not responsible. There are times when you just have to “adult” and there’s no way around that. I’m talking about those other times. The other times when stuff can wait. The other times when we have the choice to slow down and just smell the roses. So that’s a goal that I’ve set for myself. Just to stop every now and then and smell the roses. 

Sweater: Target

Jeans: Forever 21

Shoes: Christian Siriano for Payless