Here's my question. What should one wear in cities that require "transition" clothes? My usual rule is no open toed shoes or sandals before spring (it just looks silly) and after March 21st, no tights, wool coats or boots (again, silly). And although it's supposed to get close to 70 degrees this weekend (um, yay!), the rain will be back come Monday.
It seems like the rules have changed in fashion and anything goes these days, with open-toed booties, tights with sandals, floral dresses with coats and tights and, my personal favorite, leggings, which are perfect no matter the weather!
Is the key just layers and layers of spring-y attire? Here are some outfits that might work, but I'd love to hear your opinions on what's weather/season appropriate and what you think people can and can't get away with.
Here's Maggie Gyllenhal with boots and bare legs. You like?
Miss Moss looks pretty spring-tastic, but still appropriately warm, right?
PS: Love this site.
More bare legs with boots. Found this cute dress on Bliss!
This look goes back to one of Taryn's posts about loving jean shorts with tights. Seems like the perfect time of year for me to try out this trend!
Happy St. Patty's Day, people!