How We’re Styling Our Favorite Staples From Winter To Spring

Spring Has Sprung

Have we mentioned how much we love finding the perfect wardrobe staples that transition easily from season to season—and last for years? In a sea of inexpensive clothes and trends that come and go in a matter of weeks, it’s so refreshing to find a piece that you can see yourself treasuring throughout different eras of your personal style.

Enter: EILEEN FISHER’s ethereal spring collection.

The classic pieces are built with everyday wearability in mind, and the collection features timeless pastel colors, while still feeling fresh. Our team had a chance to try out a few of our favorite pieces from the collection, and since we’ve still been feeling the winter blues here in Los Angeles, we styled them with both winter and spring in mind.

These pieces can also be dressed up to the nines for a formal event, styled to fit our perfectly in our casual studio for work, or worn on a springtime stroll through the park.

What’s your most versatile piece of clothing? Let us know how you’re transitioning your wardrobe from winter to spring in the comments below!

 

Associate Editor

Courtney Jay
Styles The Jumpsuit


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One of my favorite ways to get creative with winter attire is by layering and mixing summer pieces with winter essentials.

One of my favorite ways to get creative with winter attire is by layering and mixing summer pieces with winter essentials. I love to wear a tank over a turtleneck or a summer dress under a sweater. As spring and summer approach, I begin to avoid the darker color palette of winter and am more attracted to pastels, whites, and pinks, igniting feelings of renewal and lightness.

As my mood shifts from the turning inward of winter to the more energized outward energy of spring and summer, I also find myself taking evening strolls again around my neighborhood as the sun starts to stay out just a little bit longer.

I love this EILEEN FISHER jumpsuit for its elegant and transitional silhouette. It is light enough to layer over a thin sweater or long sleeve blouse and add some boots for winter. I also used my favorite vintage belt to cinch the waist for a more structured look. For summer, I can’t wait to simply pair it with my favorite vintage slip-ons and let its gorgeous airy fabric move with the warm breezes.

 

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Coordinator

Celeste
Styles The Slip Dress


 
When the temperatures happen to dip below 70, I work backwards—wearing basically what I’d normally wear with an added layer or two and closed-toe shoes.

To be completely honest, I am not a huge fan of winter. Growing up in Los Angeles, where it’s sunny 90% of the year, I’ve had it pretty easy on the weather front. So when the temperatures do happen to dip below 70, I work backwards—wearing basically what I’d normally wear in the warmer months, with an added layer or two and closed-toe shoes.

For my winter look, I paired this ivory EILEEN FISHER slip dress with my black high-neck bodysuit from Los Angeles Apparel. On top, I’m wearing a black blazer that I thrifted and my black, block heels that I feel make the look a bit more fun. This look is perfect for work on a breezy day in LA. When I’m in the studio I might go so far as to take the blazer off, as the space heater keeps us pretty warm all winter long, and slip the blazer back on before a coffee or lunch run.

Transitioning into spring, I’ll ditch the blazer entirely and let the slip dress-bodysuit combo speak for itself. Since it’s a black and white outfit, I’m still using my shoes as the fun element. For spring, I’m most likely to reach for a pair of platform slip ons—still simple, but different enough to stand out. For both the winter and spring looks, I’m wearing some simple hoops, of course, because hoops transcend earthly seasons.

 

Managing Editor

Emily
Styles The Slip Dress


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This season, I’m moving towards lighter colors. I typically gravitate towards more saturated colors, but the dullness of this extended winter has me reaching for pastels to ease into spring.

I’m always looking for a good reason to add more pink to my wardrobe, and the princess vibes I get from this EILEEN FISHER dress make me feel so cheery during this strange, dreary Los Angeles winter. It’s actually a two piece combo—a beautiful blush slip dress and a sheer, yet shimmering pink overlay that is a bit more cropped than the slip. It adds a little more coverage for the colder months, while still showing off some skin.

I’m not one to wear a lot of black, but since this dress is a little more formal than my typical daily wear, I decided to ground it with a blazer and some thrifted edgy boots. It’s cowgirl-punky-office-princess chic, if I had to name it. For colder days, I’ll add an oversized coat and some tights, and this would look awesome with a bright contrasting bag in a bright mustard. *Adds to wishlist*

This season, I’m following Courtney’s lead and moving towards lighter colors. I typically gravitate towards more saturated colors, but the dullness of this extended winter has me reaching for pastels to ease into spring. This thrifted cropped denim jacket is such a cute light floral pattern, and these Everlane shoes help keep the slip dress cool and casual. I got a few chuckles from my coworkers when I opted to wear the overlay as a scarf, but I really enjoyed the whimsical element it added to the look. I felt a little like Audrey Hepburn, and immediately craved a countryside cruise in a convertible wearing oversized sunnies for that final touch of drama.


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