The Transition From Winter to Spring

As soon as the weather begins to warm I get way to excited for warm weather. This outfit is a transition of my favorite parts of winter and spring fashion.

I slipped on this turtle neck this morning planning to wear it with jeans. I realized I was way to bored for wearing jeans and a sweater so I pulled out one of my favorite summer prices, my button up denim skirt. As always the most important thing of any outfit for me is that I’m comfy wearing it around all day and this denim skirt sure is more comfy than skinny jeans. I loved the look of this combo! I paired it with some beat up converse to go with the effortless look I was going for.

I kept my hair and makeup pretty natural for an effortless look . I wore a bright pink lipstick gloss to transition out of my winter lipsticks which are darker and are mostly matte. edited-backedited-full-frontedited-hairedited-upper-body

I love turtle necks with a loose neck and I’m constantly on the lookout for a cute turtleneck. I was so happy when I found this one. I also like the ribbed texture of this sweater which looks great with the scooped neck.

I don’t often wear skirts but this skirt is AMAZING. It goes with absolutely anything. When want to look cute but don’t want to be too dressed up I wear this skirt. I also like to use this skirt to dress up a t-shirt.

I decided not to bring a purse with this outfit and just use my keychain wallet on my puffball keychain. The puffball is meant to be put on a purse but I prefer keeping it on a keychain because it make my keys cute to carry around.

Sweater– I got it from free people but it is no longer available. There are similar turtle necks currently available

Skirt– The exact skirt is not available on the Brandy Melville website however there are similar ones. I’ve recently seen this skirt in Pac Sun.

Converse

Puff ball Key chain

Wallet – they did not have the exact one but this is similar

Do you have any winter to spring transition favorites? 

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