transitioning

Dressing for transitioning seasons has always proven to be a challenge for me, year after year. Trying to balance your winter staples with your new spring purchases isn’t an easy task. I threw this ensemble together while I was rushing out the door to class a few weeks ago and it was a nice mix of winter and spring pieces. These have to be my favorite boots, but hopefully this is the last time I’ll rock them this season because I’m beyond ready to break out my sandals!

photography by: www.pamelagomez.com

 blazer – urban outfitters , t-shirt – j.crew, jeans – j brand,  bag – south moon under, boots – chinese laundry, necklace – j.crew factory

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9 Comments

  1. Georgina wrote:

    I think you pulled of the transitional attire very well 🙂

    Posted 4.7.13 Reply
  2. I love your bag! You look soo stunning!

    xoxo
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    Posted 4.7.13 Reply
  3. Rachel wrote:

    I hope to be wearing sandals soon, too, but so far, spring hasn't shown many signs that it's coming soon! I found you on canopi, and I love your style!

    Posted 4.7.13 Reply
  4. Diane wrote:

    Very pretty, I like your outfit 🙂

    Posted 4.7.13 Reply
  5. Lauren wrote:

    such a lovely outfit! That purse I am so in love with hehe xo

    Posted 4.9.13 Reply
  6. melina bee wrote:

    I'm NEVER ready to put my boots away for winter, must say. I need some of the kind that have lots of cut outs so they're a sandal/boot hybrid. love your smile!

    Posted 4.9.13 Reply
  7. Great outfit!
    Love your boots 🙂
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    Posted 4.11.13 Reply
  8. great transitional outfit. the bright colored shirt is springy, but the jacket/boots work for when it is still cooler. i just hope we have some spring weather before it turns into hot summer weather!
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    Posted 4.11.13 Reply
  9. Suzie Q wrote:

    Cute outfit! I love the purse and the colorful top!

    xoxo,
    Suzie Q
    http://www.StyleCueBySuzieQ.com

    Posted 4.11.13 Reply