transitioning from winter to spring.
So one benefit (or set-back depending on how you look at it) of Southern California weather is every season is not really represented. Coming from Chicago, where every season is insistent on making its presence known, to SoCal where mid 60s is "winter weather" has been an interesting change. What I've come to appreciate about Southern California is that in the absence of actual seasonal changes, people still dress based on the season they should be experiencing.
The thing with changing up your style for different seasons is even though it might not be snowing, it's still cold. So I thought it would be helpful to show some ways to start implementing Spring trends in your "winter clothes". I put winter in quotes because if you actually are in a cold place like my hometown of Chicago, these "winter clothes" will leave you dead and frozen in the street. Excuse me, dead, frozen, and STYLISH in the street.
Again I know that some people aren't able to wear these outfits yet because outside it is below freezing temperature. But know when the frostbitten cold is over, you'll be ready.
Until next time,