Daylight Saving Time starts this weekend and—like clockwork—I’m already starting to shift away from my boots, sweaters and knit hats. Instead, I’m itching to wear leather sandals, tiny shorts, crepe-thin dresses or anything that whispers "wear me on spring break."
Of course, this is partially (largely?) because I want it to be warm enough to wear those things. It’s stupid to hope that buying summer clothes will spark the weather to match my new wardrobe, but I do it anyway. Since it doesn’t really work like that, though, maybe I should invest in some more transitional pieces instead. So I’m eyeing the pieces in the slideshow below.
They’re not the kind of things that need a crazy amount of imagination to work (sandals with tights! sundresses with turtlenecks!). Actually, I didn’t have to think for more than a second to come up with both a cold- and a warm-weather outfit option for each item. And that’s a good sign: dressing transitionally shouldn’t feel like homework.
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