Spring is in route, and many are ready to see it in full bloom! Here we are in March, where the weather is tricky and the decision of "what to wear" is a daily battle. While the dilemma of your day to day clothing woes continues, consider styling up your wardrobe in these new ways. If you're used to wearing the same kind of outfit to work or during your usual routines, maybe you should think about how you can dress up an otherwise everyday apparel. As I walked downtown today in Center City I observed an array of styles, I noticed that if these look were spruced up colorfully, the outfit could've worked better. As we "March" up this month into spring, consider these suggestions to brighten and blossom your winter blued out duds!
Let's say you love a solid color like dark blue, gray or black, pair up your attire with another bright color such as pink or turquoise. Or put together all bright colors, maybe a yellow blouse/button up with royal blue jeans. For the ladies and guys retailers like Macy's, Burlington Coat Factory, Old Navy and Ross are offering new spring styles that have tons of colors which pop.
Black or White?
Two colors, pretty standard in most closets and sometimes under dressed. Both black & white can be your go to color when looking for something to wear. It is also a trending pattern this spring, and can be quite fashionable. Whether you own something striped or printed, these colors can be vibrant and playful to wear even if you want to keep it simple. Accessories help!
Even as the temps are on the cool side, it isn't too brisk to show off your long or maybe shorter limbs with a chic skirt. Pair up the look with your fave tights and you're good. Choose solid colored skirts like purple, red, and green, it looks great when matched up with a cute blouse, add a blazer for extra spice. Also, floral printed skirts are fun and flashy to rock in the city streets, strut in style.
Check out Today Show.com's website for additional style tips for less, posted just this morning, featuring celebrity inspired looks.
Here's to Spring!