Spring has sprung and I’m all about the fashion trends that come along with the change in season. Cast off the heavy layers of winter and try these accessories that will make spring come alive in a fun new way.
- A Scarf for Changing Temperatures
Spring usually heralds warmer weather but it isn’t quite to summer’s heat yet. Instead of having to lug a coat or other outerwear around for changing temperatures, try a light but cozy scarf.
These organic scarves from Letol are as soft as they are beautiful. Wrap one around your neck, drape it over your shoulders, or tie it to the handle of your bag for an accessory you can quickly use to warm up if things get chilly.
- A Great Necklace for Your Favorite Shirt
You don’t have to replace your entire wardrobe for a new season. Instead, bring your favorite shirt into spring with the addition of a great necklace.
Eco jewelry adds color, sparkle, and glam to any outfit.
- Sheer Socks
Sheer socks, like these by Ozone, are super trendy, not to mention super light compared to the bulky cold-weather socks of winter!
With sheer socks you can show off both your fashion sense and your legs, which you may have been hiding away all winter long.
Pair these with sneakers, pumps, or flats, and take advantage of layering without being stifled. https://www.onesavvymother.com/collections/ozone-designs
- Rain Hat
Rain hats are of course a practical choice for spring and its downpours. Keep your hair and your head dry in style by selecting a rain hat that is both fashionable and functional.
If you have never tried a cork hat before you are in for a treat. Cork rain hats are naturally water resistant, offering a unique look and an eco-friendly approach. This hat easily stashes in your bag to be pulled out when the skies go grey — let your hat brighten up your days!
- A New Purse
A purse is another easy way to add new life to your wardrobe without having to make a big investment.
Available in all sizes and styles, purses can hold all of the accessories above and anything else you will need for the day. They’re a classic and timeless wardrobe addition for a reason, and in natural materials they’re as good for the environment as they are for your closet options.