Although piles of snow are still impossible to miss on walks to class and it seems as if winter will never end, the time will come to ditch the sweaters and salt-stained boots and make room for a new spring wardrobe is coming. Dreaming of warmer weather and sunshine might give you anxiety about revamping your wardrobe for next season. With these 7 staples in your closet you’ll be prepared to transition seasons easily.
Many collegiettes are afraid of wearing a bright colored blazer out of fear of looking silly. Don’t worry, you won’t! A bright blazer is an unexpected and fun way to add a pop of color to old-favorite basics.
Gingham prints are not anything new, but they were everywhere on the spring 2015 runways. The gingham print was presented in a range of colors and designs during the shows. Some were blown up in size and uniquely colored and other gingham prints were sheer. Either way- every collegiate needs to add this print to their spring wardrobe.
Pleated skirts embody spring. This light and airy piece will look amazing on Point Days paired with a basic tank or crop top.
Moto jackets are the perfect way to add some edge to any outfit. An all year round closet essential, moto jackets will look great with a girly floral dress this spring.
Every collegiette needs something very feminine, and what better way to pull it off that style than with a floral sundress. Nothing says spring like a floral dress, and not only is it feminine but also eye-catching and totally versatile.
One of my favorite ways to add a pop of color to any outfit is with a vibrant ballet flat. Also, this shoe staple can be dressed up for a night out or down for class.
Whether it’s a shirt or shorts, adding stripes to your wardrobe will help spruce up your basics. Stripes are always in style and work for every occasion. If you are feeling bold try wearing stripes on stripes, which can look beyond chic.