Written by Taylor Stone
Let’s be honest, we live in a part of the country that basically has two seasons, so wardrobe transitioning for us is easier than it is for others.
Lately, the weather in South Georgia has been a little spastic—leading to confusion about clothing choices.
Some days it feels like spring has arrived with cloudless skies and near 80- degree temperatures, but it isn’t here yet.
Just because it feels like spring, does not mean it’s time to bring out the flip-flops and shorts! It’s important to dress appropriately for the season you’re in.
Layering is the easiest way to stay on top of a wish washy weather forecast. No matter how many times the weather changes within a day, you can always add or take off layers. Lightweight scarves and cardigans are perfect for this time of year.
2. Add spring items gradually
There’s nothing worse than stepping out in all of your spring gear the second the weather gets a little warm just because retailers start putting out spring merchandise a month ago. If you must wear that new spring dress, add a cute leather jacket or tights and booties.
3. Bright accessories
Adding bright accessories is probably the easiest way to add a little spring to your fall wardrobe. Try a bright pair of skinny jeans and add a pop of color in a scarf or bright jewelry. The key here is to choose one piece to brighten while keeping the rest fall appropriate.