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How to Phase Out Winter - Spring Fashion

Posted by on 2/24/2013 to General Information

In almost one month, we'll be saying goodbye to winter. It's almost hard to believe with the severe snow storms several states have been having just recently. I love watching all the trees and shrubs bloom and they are already doing so here in Georgia. Stores are already getting ready for spring. I've been seeing all the pastel and bright spring colors beautifully arranged on tables and racks. I don't think it's too early to start intermingling some spring colors into her winter wardrobe if you do it the right way.

I personally think babies and toddlers look good wearing spring colors year round. I think many moms would agree and I don't think you need to worry about proper seasonal colors for children too much. Of course, there is nothing wrong with following traditional fashion rules when dealing with winter spring fashion.

Go subtle. Have her wear a spring colored headband, aqua for example, for that pop of color. It would be totally appropriate to wear the hairpiece with jeans and a white tee shirt.

spring headband girls

Lighten up the Dark. So maybe she has a chocolate brown outfit that she's been wearing all winter long. Now that spring is getting closer, or perhaps you just want to phase out winter, she can add that touch of spring to the outfit. Throw on a light blue tutu multi-colored with winter colors over the outfit. Of course, that will make her feel like a princess while adding some whimsy, but it will lighten up the look at the same time.

winter spring tutu

Add a Spring Pattern. Our applique tee shirts are not only adorable, but you can design your own with a cute spring print. Even if it's still cold outside and she'll need to wear long sleeves, you can easily create a light airy look using a pastel patterned fabric.

spring tee shirt girls

Spring fashion doesn't have to be hard and takes little effort to implement. I always get excited for the new season and just love spring since the daylight hours get longer and longer. That usually means more daytime fun with the family.

Angela S

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