(Sea)mless Transitioning

Alright, I know what you are thinking. Yet another layered, monochromatic look. Well what can I say. It’s kind of my thing. Although, this look has a bit of a twist to it. I know some of us are ready for this Spring weather, and some days we do get a brief preview. This is usually followed by a day of snow or below freezing temperatures, which quickly puts us back into our winter rut. I don’t know about you, but I’m over this shenanigans! Today I wanted to focus on being able to seamlessly transition into the Spring, but still being prepared for the crazy weather. What better way to do it than with a fun, pastel color!

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We are going to take this step by step. Starting off with the base outfit, I knew I wanted to incorporate these new, blue Chino pants from Anthropologie. I couldn’t be more in love with these pants and for a couple reasons, I might add! One, they are the perfect pair of relaxed, boyfriend style pants, which are also so trendy right now. Two, they have them in just about every color! I also bought them in a tan, khaki color, which is a little bit more versatile. I had to walk out of the store to stop myself from buying more!

I realize that this blue can be a bit daunting at first and hard to style. The easiest way for me to look at it, was to go for the monochromatic look. It’s super easy and looks effortlessly chic. You can also look at them as a light wash of denim. Obviously they aren’t, but it distracts the mind for a minute for you to be able to style easier. Plus this color is going to look amazing transitioning into Spring!

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Furthermore, I really wanted to focus on layering. It’s the easiest way to add dimension, and it allows you to differentiate your outfit more. I layered a basic striped sweater over my favorite brand of chambray shirts, Madewell. If you don’t have a Madewell chambray shirt in your closet, then you need one! It’s such a staple and you will want to have one to throw on throughout the Spring. Plus, their quality can’t be beat. Seriously, they are the perfect transition tops that bring so much versatility throughout the seasons.

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The next piece is of course, a denim jacket. Personally, I’m digging the oversized style because it allows you to layer more. I got mine from Topshop and I get so much dang use out of it. When I bought it, my original plan was to put some of my study abroad patches on it. As you can see, I haven’t gotten that far… Anyways, a denim jacket is another must have piece to transition into the Spring. It’s going to be a lot less harsh than your leather jacket. Plus it adds a casual vibe to the look, so you could throw this over a fun dress when it get warmer.

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To refrain from becoming too bulky, I though the best way to add some more warmth was through accessories. I don’t know about you, but I think it looks so chic when you tightly wrap a scarf around and have your hair tucked in. You instantly have a new faux haircut, and it just looks so effortlessly cool. I like to do this with my favorite infinity scarf that I got a million years ago, but I linked two similar ones down below if you are interested. If it gets really, really cold, a fun hat always solves your problems. I though it would be fun to pair it with a trapper hat, just to be different. I found a super cute one from ASOS if you wanna become part of the crew.

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As for the rest of the accessories, I wanted to stick to the blue and taupe theme. Yet again, I can’t find a piece that I just bought last weekend online. I 100% know that if you actually go to Altar’d State though, they have both the necklace and the earrings that I’m wearing. The necklace pairs perfectly with the beachy vibes going on, and the stud earrings just pull the rest of the look together. As for the purse, the bucket-bag crossbody is coming in hot. I found the cutest Vince Camuto one, that I actually like better than mine. I thought this bag and a pair of  blue, reflective shades from Quay Australia would complete the look perfectly.

As a result, the amount of layering this Winter/Spring is really going to depend on how the weather is. If the day starts off cool, you can easily take off layers. I wanted to show you how to easily transition into the Spring, regardless of the weather and slightly on trend.

Pants || Chambray Top (similar) (similar) || Sweater (similar) (similar) || Denim Jacket || Necklace (similar) || Earrings || Shades || Shoes (similar) (similar) (similar) || Purse (similar) || Scarf (similar) (similar) || Hat (similar) || Fingerless Gloves (on sale) || Lipstick (faded) in Unicorn || Lipstick Topper in Unicorn Tears


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  1. Danielle
    February 17, 2017 / 5:24 pm

    Girl, you are my layering muse 🙌! I love how you styled this pastel blue – such a perfect way to transition into Spring with a color, while still being practical in these not-so-springlike temps. Anthro always has the best pieces..these chinos are adorable!

    xx, Danielle | Pineapple & Prosecco

    • Profile photo of cominginclutch February 18, 2017 / 12:16 am

      Oh my goodness you are the best Danielle! Seriously, Anthropologie always kills it.

      xoxo Bryanna

  2. February 19, 2017 / 2:29 pm

    I think blue is definitely your color, girlfriend! I love all the different textures and patterns and shades of blue you layered together – especially that sweater! And your accessories are adorable too. I gotta get my hands on those cute sunnies!!

    Stephanie // SheSawStyle.com

    • Profile photo of cominginclutch February 22, 2017 / 5:06 pm

      Quay Australia always has the best sunnies! Plus, they aren’t outrageously priced, either. Thanks so much, Stephanie!

      xoxo Bryanna

  3. February 19, 2017 / 9:35 pm

    I just love your layering so it is never not a good post to read and see! I love your style babe so keep it up! Such a cute color on you!


    • Profile photo of cominginclutch February 22, 2017 / 5:05 pm

      You are the sweetest, Linh! Thanks so much for the amazing feedback.

      xoxo Bryanna

  4. February 20, 2017 / 1:40 am

    Hahah I live the title of this post!! You definitely got the blues and I love it! Blue is your color darling.


    • Profile photo of cominginclutch February 22, 2017 / 5:03 pm

      Punny, huh? 🙂 Thanks so much, lliana! You are too sweet.

      xoxo Bryanna

  5. February 20, 2017 / 10:01 am

    I seriously love your denim jacket! It is a nice piece to add to a spring wardrobe and is a staple piece to have! The problem is me trying to style it because I dont know if I can fit into the denim on denim look (hehe). This pastel outfit definitely makes me miss spring!!

    • Profile photo of cominginclutch February 22, 2017 / 5:01 pm

      Of course you can girl! Denim on denim is such a classic trend. You could totally work it! Thanks so much, Huyen!

      xoxo Bryanna

  6. February 20, 2017 / 11:43 pm

    I am not mad at all about another monochrome look, I just love them! I need to try and pull them off. Thank you for inspiring me with these glorious sunnies and your very skilled layering. Love it all!
    Sarah // http://www.sarahtahami.com

    • Profile photo of cominginclutch February 22, 2017 / 4:59 pm

      Ahhh yes! You are the greatest. Thanks so much, love.

      xoxo Bryanna

  7. February 21, 2017 / 9:35 pm

    Monochromatic is definitely your thing and you pull it off so well! I love the colors in this outfit, and the sweater and scarf look super cozy. This is such a fun outfit for a casual walk on the beach during a cooler month!


    Lauren // http://www.mylifeaslaurr.com

    • Profile photo of cominginclutch February 22, 2017 / 4:59 pm

      It’s just so easy! I can’t help it! Thanks so much, Lauren 🙂

      xoxo Bryanna

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