Here’s a few Spring wardrobe refresh tips that are simple enough to make without breaking the bank. This post was written in partnership with Mirum. All thoughts and opinion are my own.
Spring is finally here and it’s one of my favorite seasons. I love being able to swap out of all my fall fragrances with spring scents to go along with my wardrobe. Over the years, I’ve discovered a few tricks to refresh my wardrobe for the Spring without breaking the bank.
Simple Tips for a Spring Wardrobe Refresh
1. Ditch the fall colors
The first thing that I always do to refresh my Spring wardrobe is to ditch all of the dark colors. Your Spring wardrobe should be light and airy with fun pops of color. My favorite colors for Spring are pink, yellow, and shades of green. White is an absolute must in the Spring too!
2. Add some texture and prints
Texture and prints are perfect for Spring! Who says you can only wear suede in the winter? My blush pink suede jacket is one of my wardrobe staples that I wear all year round. I love throwing it on with different textures and prints for a fun combo.
3. Choose a signature Spring scent
I remember growing up as a little girl, the one thing that I would always want to do was to spray on my mom’s perfume. Now that I’m an adult, I have my own signature mom style and collection of fragrances plus a daughter of my own who loves playing in all the things she’s not supposed to just like I did. The new Caress Botanical Body Sprays from Family Dollar are perfect for the Spring and light enough that Tatiana can wear them too. The out-of-the-shower fresh scent is perfect for any time of day. My favorite is by far the Pink Peony but I love mixing the scents too for a unique scent.
4. Pick a lighter lipstick
If you don’t have lighter lipsticks as a part of your Spring makeup stash, you should consider adding a few. Nude, pinks, and lighter oranges are my go-to for Spring.
Turn on the Caress x Family Dollar Pandora Playlist and with these few simple tips you can refresh your Spring wardrobe in no time. Do you have any go-to tips when you’re swapping out your winter clothes for a fresh Spring wardrobe?