Balancing the weather, oh Spring

Spring ready! Yes I was.

Spring time usually causes unbalance in the weather, where one day it’s hot, the next day it’s not, or the weather fluctuates in a matter of hours within the day. The challenge becomes a struggle between dressing to stay cool, yet not too cool, in case the weather changes by evening time.

For this outfit, I really wanted to wear a skirt. So, I paired this long sleeve red sweater, with a black and white horizontal striped skirt. The sweater is light enough to carry in a bag, but also wear outside in warm weather  I added red jewelry and black loafers with red buckles to finish off the look.

So you see, the solution for me is to strike a balance by wearing clothes that helps to cool me down at the bottom, but keeps me warm on top or vice versa. This balance works perfectly for me as a strap hanger who commutes to work via public transportation. During warm weather, the buses and trains run their AC very high which causes discomfort sometimes when traveling to far distances. In that case, it’s always wise carry a sweater to cover up while traveling despite the scorching hot weather from outside.

This trick still applies during summer time.

 

 

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