While the rest of the country continues to bundle up for the polar vortex, those of us in warmer climates are counting down the days until we can appropriately wear open toed sandals. (March 1st for those of you keeping track). To help you get the most out of your winter wear and transition into spring, I've put together four looks using the top trends from fall incorporated into your spring wardrobe.
Cobalt blue was one of fall's hottest color and a similar color will be sticking around for spring, with a new name: Dazzling blue. Wear this blue peplum dress now layered with a button down shirt and patterned tights. Incorporate it into your spring wardrobe by pairing with bright color open toed shoes and a light colored handbag.
Leather was a favorite look on all the fall runways and quickly made its way into our wardrobes as a favorite. Wear your leather pants now with a sequin tartan print jacket and later by opting for a lighter, blush toned color palette.
Floral patterns give a fresh look to any spring wardrobe. If you find a floral top you are dying to add to your collection, wear it now cozied up with a beanie and trench coat, and when spring comes, pair it with a graphic black and white skirt and wedges.
The sequin top became a festive favorite for Christmas and New Year's parties. Wear now with colored cords for a textured look. Embellishment and sequins will continue to be a stylish commodity for springs and was seen on the runway. Step into spring by pairing your sequined blouse with a floral midi skirt and canvas tote.
Shop the looks on Polyvore.