TRANSITIONING SEASONS

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Outfit One:

Black dress (similar) under $15.o0!/ Nude Wedge (similar)

Outfit Two:

Sweater / Shorts (old) similar / Sandals / Liner (soar)  / Liquid Lip (bow & arrow)

Hey guys. Welcome back to my blog. Today’s blog is talking about transitioning seasons.  Although I am very happy bring back spring dresses and shorts, I wouldn’t put away all your winter clothes just yet.  This fall and winter we all bought pieces to add to our wardrobe that were winter inspired, but maybe not all that warm.  Well guess what, those pieces are perfect for transitioning into spring.  I chose this long sleeve dress in outfit one.  This one is super light and airy and can be paired with boots or sandals.  It could even double as a cover up for the beach or pool.  In outfit two, I am wearing my all time favorite sweater.  It’s an oldie but a goody.  Super comfy and loose, but still light and breezy.  I paired it with some American Eagle shorts I bought last year and tucked the front in to add a little shape.  My sandals are my new Steve Madden lace ups that I am in love with, you will probably be seeing them a lot in the future. lol They are the most comfortable sandals ever and they are in gold, which lets them go with, ugh, just about everything.  I love his outfit for running errands, zoo days, or hitting the mall.  Another tip, don’t be afraid to wear those boots with shorts and dresses.  Mix up your winter and summer pieces and just have fun with it.  If your not sure about an outfit, wear it around the house for a few hours and give yourself a chance to take it all in and if after that you still aren’t sure, then maybe it’s just not for you.  And my last tip, don’t make rules.  Try it on even if you don’t think it will look good together, because 50% of the time you will be wrong.  Oh and I also linked my lipstick because a lot of random people ask me about this one.  I tend to get asked about my makeup often so I’ll be doing posts on beauty as well.  Well that’s it for this post.  Hope you enjoyed your time here and hope to see you soon!

daniellefusilier

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