Wednesday, July 31

Transitioning Outfits Seasonally

If you live in a mild climate like Virginia, learning how to transition outfits seasonally is a big money saver. In this post, I'll give tips on keeping 80% of your wardrobe year round. Essentially, there are 5 main ways to transition your wardrobe. Investing in these 5 things can really save you in the long run. 

5 Tips for Transitioning Outfits Seasonally 

1. Layers
       - Buy neutral jackets in navy/denim, brown, and black ($18 at Goodwill).
       - Extra layers look 'warmer'. Deborah and Company has a great layering shell. ($15)
2. Tights
       - Neutral colored tights look wintry and keep you warm. I have pairs in grey, black, and brown.        
       - Most stores have them for $5 a pair.
3. Shoes
       - A pair of neutral colored boots are your best investment! ($30)
       - Black or brown Keds can be worn during summer and winter. ($15)
4. Hats
       - Bring back hats! They're all over the stores and can be found for around $15-20.
5. Accessories
       - A few dark colored scarves add layers and keep you warm. ($20)
       - Wide belts in black or brown define the waist. ($10)
       - Dark colored head bands or clips. 

Total Cost = $138
Average woman's annual clothing expenditures = $960
Total savings (assuming 80% clothing reuse) = $630

Thanks to Allison Veronica Photography in Richmond, VA.


  1. I'm visiting from the Proverbs 31 Thursdays link-up. These are great tips for saving money! :)

  2. These are wonderful tips. My daughter will enjoy this post very much. Thank you!

  3. Visiting from Growing Home Blog -- very very creative, I like how you have repurposed the clothes in with your seasons. SW Missouri weather is kind of like this VA weather, yet we sometimes can go through all 4 seasons in one day though. Thanks!

  4. These are some really good tips. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Those are so really nice outfits and your ideas are great. I wear most of my clothes year round except for those items that are heavier and hotter this time of year.

    Welcome to WholeHearted Wednesdays and thanks so much for linking up this week.


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