The Best Transitional Spring Pieces No Matter Where You Live
Depending on where you live, transitional dressing can mean very different things. In the Midwest, it often equates with being slightly less freezing than you were in the dead of winter, while in the South, it can be synonymous with feeling actually warm (unlike the rest of the country). For this reason, in order to round up the best pieces to wear between winter and spring, we knew we’d have to break it up by region. So, today we’re bringing you the best picks for the East Coast, the West Coast, the Midwest, and the South, all of which are as practical as they are stylish.
Scroll through to see what we chose!
The West Coast
If you live on the West Coast, odds are you won’t be too cold during the transition from winter to spring, but you may not be dealing with high of temperatures either. Light layers and season-less pieces are perfect for you.
Unlike the West Coast, the Midwest is definitely on the lower end of the thermometer well into April. This means, that while you may be ready to retire your winter coat out of pure fatigue, you’ll still need some warm essentials to tie you over.
Those located in the South can probably start dressing for spring even before it even begins, thanks to the swiftly rising temps. So, if you’re over winter gear and live in the South, you’re in luck!
The East Coast
Somewhere in-between the West Coast and the Midwest (weather-wise) the East Coast will still be feeling the chill but the frozen days of winter will (hopefully) be long gone. You can opt for warmer pieces that aren’t over the top.
Stuart Weitzman Midland Suede Over-the-Knee Boots ($800)
A brown over-the-knee boot will be an outfit-maker well into fall, and perfectly pairs with everything from jeans to skirts and dresses.
Now that you’ve got the pieces, check out these NYFW street style snaps for the best inspiration on how to wear them.