5 Simple Staples to Transition Your Closet

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As the days get longer and warmer, it becomes time to shed winter weight—in your closet, that is. It’s time to put the sweaters and cozy boots into storage and make sure that your spring wardrobe is ready to see the sun. Transitioning your closet each season doesn’t have to be overwhelming when you keep these staples in rotation.

The Boots
As the crocuses begin to emerge, it’s tempting to want to stash away all traces of winter. However, chilly winds will still pick up from time to time, so keep your tall boots handy. You can put away your fleece leggings and boot cuffs in exchange for bare legs, though.

The Dress
Whether they’re tunics, shifts or billowy beach cover ups, you can take your dresses out of hiding. Wear them with tall boots and a cardigan in cooler weather, or throw a pair of leggings on underneath to make the most of this versatile option.

The Rashguard
It’s the perfect tradeoff for a thick pullover. The rashguard is made of more lightweight fabric that keeps you warm in the shade and provides protective breathability in the warm sun. Better yet, it protects your skin from harmful UV rays. The rashguard can be worn during sporty activities in the water and on land or partnered with a cute pair of denim capris for a lunch date with the girls.

The Cuff Bracelet
Now that you’ll be wearing short sleeves and tanks, you can take advantage of the blank canvas to show off an impressive statement bracelet. It pulls together any laid-back spring look.

Beach Pants
Fancy pants in comfy fabrics usher in the spring seamlessly. Quick-drying lounge pants provide the perfect transition between frosty and balmy and can be paired with a breezy button-down, rashguard or T-shirt.

Spring is one of the most adaptable seasons when it comes to styling your outfits. Wear layers and transition into the warmer weather while you keep lightweight sun protective clothing handy to shield your skin from the stronger sun.

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