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Winterize the Spring Trends
Who is not looking forward to spring? Who’s not looking forward to wearing the new clothes that collect dust in our closets since we “rescued” them from the racks and gave them a new home in January? Towards creating new outfits to see the sun? Winterize the best spring trends to escape your winter clothes boredom.Fight winter boredom with winterizing spring's trends. #fashion #styletips Click To Tweet
Spring Has Still Days Too Cold for the New Trends
The new cold snap of -25F (-31.7oC) that we had here in the Interior was not what I had in mind for the spring month. Well, at least, it was not 40 below like a couple of years ago. There is a reason for the song springtime in Alaska is 40 below.Spring time in Alaska is 40 below. - #quote #fashion Click To Tweet Escape the winter boredom with spring's trends. #fashiontrends #style Click To Tweet
A Spring Trend That Works: Black and White
If the weather is still too cold for wearing the new spring items, you can escape your winter style rut by adopting spring’s black and white trend. Black and white is a (classic) hot trend this spring. More on the black and white trend in this guide.The black and white trend always works, no matter of the weather. Click To Tweet
How I Winterized the Black and White Spring Trend
To create a warm spring outfit, I wore a black layering to underneath a hounds-tooth blazer with white leather pants. Screen your closet for items that allow you to stay warm, but already pick up a spring trend or create a Pantome’s colors inspired look. Switching from classic winter styling to incorporation of spring elements ups the mood and makes the wait more interesting. You owe that yourself 😉 .Winterize spring's trends to wear then now. #trends #fashion Click To Tweet
For an unexpected, but effortlessly chic winter-to-spring transition outfit try white on winter white for spring.
What tricks do you use to not get the winter fashion blues?
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