Wardrobe Therapy Advice: Getting Ready for Spring
Although the recent weather has made us feel like winter is over, it is definitely not. While you still have time to get your closet together for the spring, take a look at the specific pieces that the ladies at Wardrobe Therapy recommend for you to have on stand-by for the warmer weather. There are three different categories that will be the most evident in spring 2016 designs: Classic, Boho, and En Vogue. Read about each below to figure out how to incorporate these trends into your own wardrobe this spring.
CLASSIC Style Tips
For those who want to keep it classic and fresh, Wardrobe Therapy recommends that you have a classic white shirt ready to bring out. A buttoned up white shirt is as classic as it comes. Pair this top with a kick-flare pant and an over-sized topper coat for the perfect outfit. If you want to spice it up, replace the over-sized topper coat with a bomber jacket and throw on some excess jewelry and you’ll be touching all of the current style trends!
BOHO Style Tips
For the Boho chick, chiffon, lace, and soft florals are essential this spring season. It’s all about detail and making the right pairings with patterns, fabric, and color. Keep it feminine and soft and even add in a denim jacket to enhance the Boho vibe. Add some shoulder grazing earrings to your outfit with a chunky heel sandal.
EN VOGUE Style Tips
Make sure that you have your bold stripes, oversized florals and exaggerated ruffles ready. The Wardrobe Therapy ladies are confident that if you sport some kick-flare fringed denim at ankle length and pair it with a chic top you’ll be good to go. The pajama-dressing trend should also make it’s way into your closet, meaning you should go grab yourself some silk and lace and slip dresses for whenever you need to throw a quick and trendy outfit together. Make a huge statement by adding a sock with your shoe and throwing on a choker.
This monthly feature on style and fashion is presented by Wardrobe Therapy. Stumped by a dress code or in need of outfit advice? Feel free to reach out to the Wardrobe Therapy team by phone at 614-321-2200, by email, or on social media.
Wardrobe Therapy is a Columbus, Ohio-based fashion consulting firm that specializes in wardrobe styling, personal shopping, and in-home outfitting for individuals and corporations. For more information, visit www.wardrobetherapyllc.com.