After an especially cold winter, we
perfectly understand if you want to feel light and super comfy by taking off
the layered thick clothing. Being casual seems to be everyone’s number one
fashion choice for the upcoming season, and you will definitely see everyone
roaming around with their jeans and T-shirt.
If that is your concern, rest assured. The following are three casual spring outfit alternatives without the usual jeans which will set you apart.
As the spring is an uh-so flowery season, why don’t you bloom along by embracing the floral patterns dress? The dress will surely emit your gleeful aura. However, note that larger flower prints are more suitable for petite to average sized figure and we don’t recommend this for plus-sized because it may give their silhouette a few extra pounds.
Another important rule when complimenting your floral dress is that it is best matched with accessories that have neutral colors such as black, white, nude, and silver. A floral dress styled with sneakers, a rattan bag, and Panama hat will absolutely become a head-turner.
Leather Jacket Over Jumpsuit
Cozy and flattering are two words defining this combo. Jumpsuit should be a closet staple for you this spring. However, it may not entice you as a jumpsuit is a difficult piece of clothing to pull off. Choose a jumpsuit that is an ankle long if you are tall, but if you are short, you should opt for a slim-cropped style.
Moreover, to accentuate the casual
look, choose the one with elasticated or drawstring waist. Throw a leather
jacket over it and off you go!
As spring is the transition from cold to sunny, this piece of clothing is still very relevant to wear. With it being loose, you can get just the right temperature wearing it. There is no specific rule for this outfit. Pair it with knee boots and cropped style boots that finish just above your ankle then you are on for the brisk spring days. With the alternative casual spring outfit above, you are now ready to walk down the street with the sweet scent of spring trailing in front and behind.