OOTDs: Transitioning to Spring

Spring is odd here in Virginia. That means one day it’s bright and sunny outside and the next it’s chilly or pouring down rain. So during this weather transition, I try to incorporate summer pieces while adding layers to make it appropriate for the weather. With that being said, I put together a couple of outfits through the last couple of weeks and wanted to show what I wear when transitioning into spring.

This first outfit I had to capture because this top is like no other. First off I think this shade of red looks flattering on so many people and it really brings such a bright pop of color to the look. The top is a tie crop top that can be tied in several ways, but for this look I wrapped it around my waist and then tied it around my neck to support me. I then took a beige corduroy shirt dress and left it unbuttoned as a flannel. I wore light denim, high-waisted boyfriend jeans, because I thought it would help bring out the red and make the look more causal. Of course because the rep top is the main pop of color I paired the look with neutral accessories.

I love styling graphic tees year round, but it’s always fun to play around with how I wear them in the spring. For this look I was inspired by a photo I found on Pinterest where a girl was wearing a white graphic tee with white denim flare pants. I personally don’t have any white jeans in my closet so I wore some of my favorite flowy beach pants with the look. Because there are so many colors and graphics on the shirt I keep the accessories neutral once again with gold jewelry and a tan shoulder bag.

I feel like I can never stay away from neutrals but I absolutely love this look because of the renaissance inspired tee paired with cheetah print. The crop top I’m wearing is a crop tank and I feel like having the cardigan being cropped as well makes the look more acceptable for warmer weather. Once again I wore my favorite high waisted jeans and since my midsection is very visible I wore a gold chain belt to cinch my waist in.

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