How to make an outfit work for cold mornings, warm afternoons
It’s that time of year when it’s freezing in the morning and broiling in the afternoon. How do you dress for this kind of weather? You make layering your best friend! Here are a few fun ways to make an outfit work for both cold and warm weather:
Invest in a jean jacket: The jean jacket is a classic and can be surprisingly warm. Seek one that fits and flatters when buttoned or unbuttoned and wear with all your favorite outfits. Dresses, skirts, jeans, and cutoffs can all look cute with a jean jacket, so it’s versatile to the max.
Cardigans, cardigans: There’s no better time of year for button-up or open-front sweaters than springtime. Stock up on shades that’ll go with most the clothes in your closet, and always grab one when you’re running out the door.
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Cardigans are such a good bet because they’re often thin enough to stash in your purse (or at least drape over it) should you get too toasty. Shop cardigans HERE this week at 25% off with the code CARDI25 from now until Sunday 11:59MST.
Roll those sleeves (or pants): When planning your outfits for the week, don’t forget you can actually adjust your coverage by cuffing your sleeves or pant legs.
Pop-overs and button-up blouses like the one above are perfect for this—they look great with sleeves rolled or unrolled. And since ankle-length pants are all the rage, feel free to roll your pant legs too.
Don’t forget your springtime footwear: Slipping on a pair of sandals when mornings are brisk isn’t too bad, especially if you’re also wearing pants. But sandals look like spring and they’ll feel like spring once the mercury starts climbing. If sandals still seem a bit too exposed on chilly mornings, opt for peep toes or shoes with cutouts instead.