Transitional Winter To Spring Outfits


Are you ready for your sandals and warmer weather?


I can’t help but think that Winter is lingering on a little. And despite really enjoying my cosy jumpers and layers, I’m just so blooming cold. That said as I write this post for a moment there today I could have switched my trainers for sandals. And then the rain came.


I’ve already started to think about my Spring and Summer wardrobe, sneaking the odd slip dress and brightly coloured jumper in. Whenever I think I am safe to pack away my coats and jumpers, the temperature drops. Is anyone else ready for Spring to finally arrive?


Here are my favourite transitional Winter to Spring outfits…

Jumper dresses layered with a Denim Jacket or Trenchcoat. Slip dresses worn with T-shirts or jumpers, Maxi dresses worn with trainers and layered with sweaters or a light jacket. It’s that hybrid way of wearing my Summer wardrobe with a touch of Winter. One more, my pleated skirts – I wear them with a T-shirt and Blazer and if it’s on the chilly side I add a hoody for extra warmth.



Transitional Winter To Spring Outfits



















And that’s my transitional outfits. Taking my wardrobe from Winter to Spring. As much as I love my puffer coat I am so ready for warmer days, lighter layers, getting closer to wearing sandals and bare legs. What are your transitional outfits?



The KA Edit
The KA Edit

I’m Kerri-Ann or KA as my friends call me, always found with a cup of coffee in one hand and my camera in the other. I have a huge passion for photography, fitness, fashion and family travel. I started this blog in 2014. It began as my creative outlet after becoming a mummy to our little boy George Archie. I started out blogging about parenting and over the years it has evolved into a blog that covers lifestyle, fashion, family and travel. Today TheKAEdit is ultimately a life and style blog. Thank you for reading x x

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