With so many new fashion trends, sometimes it’s too much information to decipher and can be overwhelming. Occasionally, I will be writing articles about just “two things” to consider adding or repurposing into your wardrobe. In other words….two things to shop in your closet!
Since we are in the middle of spring, a cardigan is a stylish way to cover up. On those cool-ish spring days, wear a cardigan with your sweats and t-shirt. Such a fun way to repurpose a cardigan and update your spring athleisure style. Did you know cropped sweat pants were a thing? To save money, just push up a pair of sweats you already own….easy peazy!
Looking for a way to give your “working-from-home” style a spring update? We are loving a beautiful sage cardigan from Bohme, paired with cropped pants….the perfect look when you’re conferencing from home. If you are on Zoom, you are only seen from the waist up…right? So think about draping a cardigan over your blazer. How professional does that sound?
Don’t store your chunky cardigans just yet….because there will be those cool-ish spring days and nights you will be so happy to be wearing one. Chic Wish calls their chunky pink cardigan “cuteness on a sleeve,” and I couldn’t agree more. A great way to show off your wild side is with an animal print cardigan. Be brave and mix your prints…this is the perfect time to explore your “inner stylist”!
Denim crop pants are my favorite crop-trend and come in many styles. Shopbop, offers an array of cropped jeans. We are loving how they style a long cashmere cardigan robe over a pair of rolled-up jeans….which BTW, is a great way to give your jeans a springtime vibe. And a pair of white denim culottes will take you from a home staycation to a beach vacation.
So there you have it. “Two Things”….cardigans and crops! And even better…I bet you already have these in your closet!
Holley Williams is a personal stylist specializing in closet inventory, seasonal shopping, and wardrobe consultation. Be sure to check her Holley Williams Style on Pinterest. Contact Holley at [email protected]