Transitional spring style | @coralsncognacs

Transitional Style

No jacket season is the best season.

alexander wang lia handbag

… I know, I know. I’m wearing the sweater again.

But really, how can I not? Soon it will be out with the chunky, in with the breezy — and for now, it’s the perfect solution to surviving all weather transitions, especially this long span of a few weeks from winter to spring.

This knit is one of the few pieces that’s warm enough to wear on its own when I’m out the door by 8 a.m., but it’s too warm for wool coats by the time lunch rolls around. Layering can be annoyingly cumbersome if you’re out and about all damn day.

chunky sweater and ripped jeansripped boyfriend jeans

distressed boyfriend jeans

As they say, when you know, you just know.

And regardless of whether “they” were actually talking about marriage/relationships and not retail, I digress… It’s pretty much the same thing, isn’t it?

Sweater, spouse. Potato, puh-tah-toe.

sweater and ripped jeans

Last year we had The Vest, this year it’s The Sweater — worn with everything from boyfriend jeans to spring maxi skirts and over-the-knee boots.

What’s your slogan style been this season?
chunky sweater and boyfriend jeans winter to spring style transitional spring outfits

*In this post:

Pink turtleneck: Zara (similar here)
Distressed denim: One Teaspoon (similar here)
Blush pumps: Loeffler Randall ‘Remy’ (similar/less expensive here)
Cross-body bag: Alexander Wang ‘Lia’

*Click to shop: Pink turtlenecksAlexander Wang bags
distressed denimLoeffler Randall shoes | this post (below):

one teaspoon jeans

*Shop the trenddistressed denim

*Buy at: Nordstrom | Zappos | Shopbop
*Brands: Blank NYC | dl1961 | Frame Denim | One Teaspoon

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Lydia Hudgens Photography

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