As the weather starts to warm up and the flowers start to bloom, transitioning your resortwear items into a stylish Spring wardrobe is all about mixing comfort, warmth, and layering. Here's a guide on how to make the most of your resortwear when Spring arrives.
Layering is Key: Start with your favorite resortwear pieces like soft flowy pants, sleeveless dresses and lightweight shirts. Layer these items with cozy essentials like cardigans, sweaters, and jean jackets. Add tights or leggings underneath for extra warmth.
Colours: Stay true to your island girl groove by choosing navy blue colour solid garments that are always easy to team with your tropical coloured wardrobe. Navy blue, works with denims and also our bright island colours, so it is the colour that will tie it all together. Blacks are always a favorite in the colder months to, so use our sarongs and cardi to brighten up your basic blacks. There is no point being boring just because it's cold.
- Denims : Switch your bottoms to denims and you will be amazed how many of your bright island colors look great with your jeans. So many of us island girls are also jeans girls, and look forward to the cooler months when we can get back into our jeans after beating the humidity in our cottons.
Accessorize Thoughtfully: Swap out your straw sun hat for a chic felt hat, and trade your flip-flops for ankle boots or white sneakers. Use the sarongs as scarves, and add our chunky island girl bracelets to elevate your look.
Embrace Versatility: Resortwear items are often versatile and can be styled in various ways. A beach cover-up can double as a duster cardigan, and the sarongs make awesome scarves.
Don't Forget the Fabrics: Cotton is always for the win, as your skin still needs to breathe, but layer them up and opt for the cotton knit fabrics and the blends that provide a little bit more insulation while maintaining style.
With these tips, you can effortlessly extend the life of your resortwear items into the Spring season, blending the relaxed vibes of summer with the cozy allure of Winter.