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7 Ways to Spruce Up Your Spring Wardrobe

Spring is finally here, so it’s time to revamp your wardrobe and get ready for great weather. Here are 7 tips on how to spruce up your fashion for Spring.

1.    Out with the Old

The first thing you should do when upgrading your wardrobe is clean out all the clothing that you don’t wear anymore. The general rule is that you should get rid of anything that you haven’t worn in a year. You’ll have an easier time upgrading your wardrobe after you’ve removed all the extra clutter.

Don’t just throw you old clothes in the trash bin. Consider giving your clothing to friends or family who may want it. One of the best things you can do is donate your old clothes so people can use them who don’t have a lot of money to go shopping for outfits. But if you’re really strapped for cash, you could make some extra money by selling your clothes online.

2.    Start with the Basics

To begin upgrading your wardrobe, start with the basics:

*White tee

*Little black dress

*3-4 button-up shirts

*Wrap dress

*Knee-length skirt

There’s still some cool weather in the springtime, so you might also want to add:

*Dark-colored skinny jeans

*Jean jacket

*2-3 knit sweaters

It’s always best to keep your essential clothing in neutral colors, preferably in white or black. Then you can add color with your outwear and accessories.

3.    Go with Spring Colors

Springtime means that there are flowers starting to bloom, so it’s a great season to acquire clothing that’s colorful and which has floral designs. You can find plenty of button-up shirts and sundresses that have floral patterns, and you can also find a variety of floral hats to match.

One of the best way to add spring color is to wardrobe is through your accessories. You could add a rose gold watchto any of your outfits if you need a classier accessory, or you could wear a floral anklet or necklace. You don’t have to go overboard; just add enough color and style to look elegantly flowery.

Pro Tip: Now is also a great time of year to look for Earth-friendly products.

4.    Be Ready for the Sun

Get yourself ready for warmer weather! Add some breezy and lightweight clothing to your wardrobe, like a sundress. Rompers and jumpsuits are also in style. You also might want to get a few sun hats so your face will be comfortably shaded when you’re going for afternoon walk or other daytime activity.

Pro Tip: Be sure to protect your skin! Always use sunscreen before you spend a prolonged amount of time outdoors—use sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher.

5.    Go Casual

Unfortunately, Spring 2020 is probably going to see people spending a lot of time indoors due to coronavirus. That’s why your Spring 2020 fashion should include lots of casual clothing and loungewear. Don’t afraid to get cozy, ladies. Here are some items you should have in your wardrobe:



*Yoga pants

*Booty shorts

Now’s also the time to get yourself a smooth bathrobe.

6.    Don’t Forget Your Hiking Gear

Spring is a great time of year for hiking because it’s not too hot and not too cold. Get yourself some camp & hike gear so you can spend lots of quality time in nature:

*Hiking shoes/hiking boots

*Tank top

*Shorts/baggy jeans/workout sweats/yoga pants




Springtime gives a lot of people allergies, so consider getting an air purifier for your home, which should be especially helpful when you get back from hikes.

7.    Kick Off Your Shoes

Your feet have probably been bundled up all winter due to the cold weather, so it’s time to get some sun-friendly footwear so you can start tanning your toes again. Get a reliable pair of flip flops (choose carefully—the wrong pair can really hurt your feet after a while), one or two pairs of sandals and flats. But make sure that you also get a pair of house slippers, just for the occasional cool night or rainy day.

Follow these tips and your spring wardrobe upgrade will be easy as pie! Once you’ve upgraded your spring wardrobe, it’s time for you to make some other life upgrades—learn how to upgrade your life this spring.

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