We can all get in the rut of wearing the same outfits the same ways over and over again. Sometimes I need a little inspiration or a new way to put a look together. If you still have some fall/winter clothes out, there are a few ways to work them into your spring wardrobe for a fresh, new look.
Camel: When I think of camel I think of a fall color often seen on blazers/coats/shoes, however, the color can look quite nice for spring. Paired with neutrals above such as a large portion of white, it breathes new life into the color. I especially like it with chambray and stripes like the photo on the right. I won’t be putting away my camel blazer anytime soon but incorporating it into some spring outfits.
Olive Green: I’m definitely guilty of seeing olive green solely as a fall color, but it can be so versatile for all year round. I have a favorite pair of olive green pants and it makes a great base for spring outfits. I especially like it paired with soft pink to mix in that feminine touch.
Plaid Shirts: I used to put all my plaid shirts away come spring but now I leave a few out and pair them with white pants. It makes the plaid pop more and makes it spring appropriate. I’ll try to add in at least one spring/summer accessory to the outfit to help transition it effortlessly into warmer weather. All the plaid shirts I keep out are cotton though, I put my flannels away til it gets colder again.
Are there any fall items you like to re-purpose for spring? I’d love to know, please leave your tip in the comments!
Rox-AnneMay 5, 2017 at 12:01 pm (6 years ago)
I’m going to try styling some olive into my summer wardrobe now! I love how it looks with blush. I have a few fall navy dresses that I am wearing this spring with a white oxford underneath. You can never go wrong with navy and white in any season! xx Rox-Anne Celebrating This Life
thedressdecodedMay 5, 2017 at 3:20 pm (6 years ago)
Navy and white are year round colors for us! 🙂