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 The transition from winter to spring can be fashionably challenging. The weather is often unpredictable this time of year, so planning what to wear is no small feat, and with many of the new trends and fresh colors hitting stores, it can be overwhelming to know exactly which looks will work best for you. Here are some tips that can get you looking fashion forward during this time of transition!

The Art of Layering

  This is the key to a successful transition. You can add or take off layers and remain perfectly suited up for the weather. Layering is your best friend especially when the weather is moodier than usual. Lightweight cardigans are a winter staple that work just as well during the spring. Layering works for just about everything from dresses to your favorite T-shirt. Layer your outfit with a cardigan, and conveniently take it off when it gets hotter during the day.

  Choir major Keila San-Pedro wears a vivid red patterned cardigan over her favorite tee which she pairs with light wash jeans and layering a long, simple necklace to top it all off.

  Piano major, Santiago LaRochelle, 10, layers a flannel on top of a white jazz shirt.

  Spanish major, Haydee Ramos, 11 pairs a black studded jacket with olive jeans and a hat.

Break Out the Spring Now

  Don’t wait until it gets hot to wear your bold patterned dresses, skirts, and rompers! Wake up the world with these bright articles of clothing, and you are sure to get in the spring spirit!

  Choir major, Rachel Gamberg, 11, pairs her daring black and white skirt with a cool black top and denim jacket.

  Choir major, Dante Grisby, 11, wears a beaming, neon coral t-shirt along with a pair of bright blue sneakers.

  Dance major, Amadeus Luevanos, 9, wears a bold black and white patterned button-up with a crisp pair of khakis.

  Dance major, Taytu Hinds, 12, rocks an audacious floral top with bootcut jeans and a pair of brown heels.

  Choir major, Jules Torres, 10, wears a bright multicolored cultural top.

The Ultimate Weapon: Scarves

  Scarves are the key transition accessory. They’re a great way to change things up, keep warm, and pop some bright colors in your outfit. Pair bright or patterned scarves with winter’s neutral colors. This is the easiest way to transform your plainest outfits with a single, colorful print scarf.

  Choir major, Gabriela Floyd, 11 wears a floral scarf with a bright white, long sleeve.

  Choir major, Mariah Anthony, 11 pairs her neutral black romper with a multicolored scarf

In these instances, the scarf brightens the entire outfit and adds color.

ACCESSORIZE!

  Use spring accessories to complement your winter clothes; such as a floppy hat or bold, chunky statement piece that can brighten darker clothing that we often wear in the winter.

  Choir major, Taylor Page, 12 pairs a black fedora hat with a baby pink ballerina styled skirt. The black top allows the pink skirt to pop.

  Dance major, Aaliyah Henderson, 12, wears a long, gold necklace with an oversized sweater and knee-high boots to top it all off.

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