The Best Transitional Pieces for 60-Degree Weather
From breathable blouses to long-sleeve dresses, these gorgeous looks will help you navigate in-between temps in style.
While many of us look forward to shedding our hefty coats come spring, putting a pulled-together ensemble for fickle, 60-degree weather isn’t always the easy-breezy task we expect it to be. But don’t worry—that’s where these wardrobe-secret-weapons come in. Below, we’ve rounded up the most stylish looks to wear for when it’s neither hot nor cold (and maybe just a little rainy) outside.
This feminine shirtdress features long sleeves for added warmth on cooler days and a belt to help define your waist.
To buy: $138; anthropologie.com.
When it comes to jackets, leather is just as versatile an option as denim. We love the simple design of this one, which creates an especially sleek look.
To buy: $89.50; macys.com.
Mules might just be the ultimate spring shoe—not only super chic (like this fun mustard yellow pair, for example), but also super comfy with a conveniently low heel.
To buy: $69.95; nordstrom.com.
Boyfriend jeans pair well with a loose knit or tee for a laid-back weekend look. This universally flattering option belongs in your closet ASAP.
To buy: $79.50; loft.com.
Eliminate morning outfit dilemmas with an effortless jumpsuit (think of it as one-step styling). You’ll be out the door in minutes.
To buy: $49.99; hm.com.
Tuck a delicate blouse into this denim midi skirt on a warmer day, or pair it with a turtleneck when temps unexpectedly drop.
To buy: $98; nordstrom.com.
This airy eyelet blouse can easily take you from afternoon errands to a romantic dinner date—simply by switching your denim for a dressy skirt.
To buy: $49.95; ae.com.