No need to put away all of your winter clothes just because Spring has sprung! Local Fashion Stylist Kami Gray stopped by to show us how to transition our winter wardrobe into warmer weather.
You'll find more information about Kami Gray on her blog.
Toppers (outer most layer) : Spring weather dictates we still need to cover up, but we want to keep it light and stylish. Often times you can take all your favorite winter looks and lighten them up for Spring. Just change out the topper and the shoes.
Boots: It's easy to lighten up for Spring and not ditch the boots all together. Black boots can be shelved for the most part. Instead, choose brown, tan, or gray knee-high, mid-calf, or ankle booties to pair with spring dresses, skirts, and skinny jeans.
Maxi Dress: This go-to item isn't only for Summer. Dress it up for Spring with a topper and lightweight cotton or linen scarf. When it's not raining, pair it with natural colored wedge sandals and when it's wet out, pair with cute ballet flats to cover your toes. Pedicure time!
Legs: What to do with bare legs when the weather is warmer out? For those of us with lighter, less than perfect skin, a good self tanner is a must. My favorite is from Kasia Organics. It's a bit spendy and you have to pay for shipping, but this item is worth it! Another option to cover bare legs and not be too hot, is try a pair of flesh-toned fishnets. they look great with a flirty, fun Spring dress!