If there is one thing that the weather has been consistent with lately, it’s the element of change. I either end up freezing cold and wishing I had worn another jacket, or sweaty and wishing I could shed my first layer to cool off with something underneath.
While these in between season months take their time deciding whether it will be a windy winter streak or a scorching summer day, there are a few wardrobe hacks that are vital for the inconsistent weather changes. No matter what direction the temperature gauge of the day is leaning toward, there is a formulaic, outfit decision process that simplifies getting ready in the morning.
This process all starts with a pair of jeans. Although the temperature at certain hours of the day may rise to acceptable shorts or skirt weather, these hours are fleeting. If you are dressing for the entirety of the day jeans are necessary, and there are so many varieties of ripped, flared or cropped pairs.
The top half of the outfit should be a tank top or short sleeve, and this is the most necessary component. You won’t resent the windy, 65-degree morning if you can shed to a tank top when the middle-of-the-day sun beams down on you.
Finally, make sure you grab something to throw on top, whether that be a jacket or a sweater, when you leave the house because the morning hours are always the coldest. Outwear can also be used as an accessory to spice up an outfit. If it can easily be taken on and off, the day will go by much smoother!