Although there’s quite a bit of winter left, spring will be here before we know it. While I wouldn’t start putting away the winter layers just yet, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to begin considering the items we may want to transition into the new season.
With the idea of wardrobe maximization in mind, we should begin identifying key “go to” pieces from the current winter season that will be wearable for the end of winter as well as early parts of spring.
Although the context of the climate you live in will be key, typically there are a number of pieces from winter that can also be worn during spring, especially during the early months. Consider those individual pieces already deemed as your year around go tos. It may require a little thought but pretty sure we all have these.
I strive for a non-seasonal wardrobe so there are staples from my current winter wardrobe that quickly come to mind like: some of my fave denim, a few blouses & tshirts, skirts, dresses, and pants. We likely all have similar key staples currently being paired with our winter layers.
Identifying key base pieces we know we’ll want to include during the seasonal transition will also make it preliminarily easier to identify areas of the wardrobe we may need to refresh, revamp, or completely edit or change. This makes way for some of the exciting new spring items we may be interested in adding as well.
With a little thought and minor tweaks here and there, we will transition the winer wardrobe seamlessly into spring.