Outfit Details : statement sleeve blouse, denim bellbottoms (similar, similar), leather booties (similar), leather hobo handbag, necklace, Apple Watch, cuff bracelets, hoop earrings, turquoise rings (similar, similar), marble ring (similar)
Not to make small talk about the weather, but what is up with this weather? How is a girl supposed to transition into spring when one day it's bitter winter and the next is a sticky summer day?
Honestly, I feel like mastering the transitional wardrobe has never been harder than it is now. I'm ready to start wearing skirts, but Mother Nature is over here like, "Don't start shaving your legs yet, sister." What are we supposed to do?
One of my simple solutions to this complicated problem is a top with a sheer sleeve, like this one. This top is transitional for sure. The sleeve helps cut the chill on a more brisk day, but will also provide a little breeze once it starts to heat up. The off-white color, in my opinion, works all year long, but the flower detail shows a hopefulness for a nice comfortable day. I love it, and when I saw it hanging on the rack at Anthropologie I knew I had to have it. Done.
How are you transitioning your wardrobe? Share your favorite pieces with me in the comments below!
I've linked a few more of my favorite transitional pieces below, too!
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