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Here's A Statement Look That's Perfect For Transitional Weather

The most not-so-wonderful time of year has resurfaced once again. Spring has technically commenced, inviting many of us to pull out our brightest and boldest pieces, yet the weather is still in winter mode. As exciting as the March equinox is, the first few weeks of the long-awaited season always make dressing more complex. Questions on wardrobe choices abound; trade your favorite knee-high boots for heeled sandals or retire your puffer for varsity jackets. Fortunately, I've found a few transitional staples that have helped me champion unpredictable temps once and for all. If you struggle with navigating the ever-changing weather, keep scrolling for the essentials your wardrobe needs this season.

One of the best ways to master transitional dressing is by incorporating neutral colors into your outfit. As pictured, I wore a nude dress with leather sleeves and nude over-the-knee platform boots. To add a pop of color, I threw on an orange fur heart bag and a blue and orange gradient balaclava.

It's no secret that these pieces are stars on their own. This look is full of statement-making gems, from the leather sleeves to the orange fur that commands attention. While pairing dynamic pieces in one outfit seems farfetched, it is achievable. In this case, I used the dress as the main factor to base all the other details. Styling a dress and shoe of the same color palette is easy, which again shows the saving grace of monochromatic dressing. The balaclava adds another sickening factor to the outfit, and the bag, as the blue and orange create a captivating color story with the nude. Not to mention, mixing colors and textures is always a good idea.

Shop The Look:

Boots: Miss Lola

Balaclava: Y Project

"In every situation [no matter the circumstances] be thankful and continually give thanks to God; for this is the will of God for you in Christ Jesus."

1 Thessalonians 5:18 {AMP}

Stay tuned for more! Much love and peace,

- Nay.

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