The weather might be playing tricks on you but your wardrobe doesn’t have to. We get it, transitional dressing is no easy feat — on some days, we can’t even put on a pair of tights without feeling grim by lunchtime. Ahead, discover our tips on transitional dressing, along with some key pieces that will help you master this month’s fluctuating weather at ease.Layers so light
Have you ever had those annoying days when it starts off warm, but the temps drastically dip by evening and you end up catching a shiver? We’ve had them too! This is why we suggest packing on some lightweight layers like trench coats, cropped pullovers or denim jackets that can easily be layered over a spring-time dress (or skirt). Personally, we love the feel of a light denim jacket — it’s ideal for when the weather gets a bit too hot and you can avoid that stuffy feeling from being excessively bundled up.
It might not be time to throw those sumptuous knits at the bottom of your closet just yet. Let those snug fit tops stay put and hang on to those layer-friendly hems a little longer — cozy yet breathable knits are your answer to in-between-weather-dressing woes. Especially when knits made from airy fabrics like EcoVero™ viscose are designed to regulate the absorption and release of moisture, making it breathable while supporting the body’s thermal regulation.
Transitional weather isn’t here to stay, which is why investment items in fleecy organic cotton are your best bet for the long haul — no matter the season. Why organic cotton, do you ask? This reliable fiber has the ability to keep you warm and insulated in cold weather, and cool and comfortable in the heat. Need we say more?! Stock up on light zip-through jackets, sweatshirts and joggers to see you through these unpredictable few weeks and beyond.
Published by: Vibhuti Vazirani/ 2022-03-09