How to Dress In Between Winter and Spring

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Is it just me or does the weather lately suck? Unless you’re living somewhere that’s still extremely cold, or you’re waaaay south, chances are the weather right now is fluctuating between winter and spring. Can you say bipolar? Personally, this kind of weather makes dressing a hassle. Luckily for you, I’m sharing my secret weapon: vests. A vest is exactly what you need when the weather changes from warm and sunny, to cold and rainy. Hello, North Carolina weather!

Why You Need a Vest

The great thing about vests is that they keep your upper body just warm enough when there’s still a chill, but you don’t need a full jacket. Another plus? You can where them in the morning while it’s still cold, then take them off in the afternoon when the weather warm ups. Gotta love layers! For me this is so necessary. I start class around 9:30 and it’s always cold, especially on that 15 minute walk from my car to the classroom. Then when I’m done for the day after noon, I’m always sweating. Moral of the story: vests are a game changer.

For this outfit I went with a faux fur vest I got for Christmas and have been waiting to show you guys. Unfortunately it’s sold out now, but there are still so many faux fur options out there. Another one of my go-to vests is a lightly quilted puffer from J. Crew. There are so many options for vests that you can’t go wrong! Shop some of my favorites below:

Although this post is all about the vest, I need to take a minute and talk to you guys about my Michael Kors Access smartwatch. I am in love. Any notification I receive on my phone comes through my watch — handy for when I have my phone in my purse. It also tracks my steps, has a timer/stopwatch, and even tracks my workouts. The watch can do even more, I just haven’t even made it that far yet. Anyway, I highly recommend this watch for anybody in the market for a smartwatch.

What’s your go-to outfit when it’s not quite winter, but not quite spring yet? Share it in the comments below!



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