It's going to be sixty degrees today, but I'm still waiting for that last bit of snow to melt from last week's snowfalls. Thankfully my husband went outside and shoveled the snow in front of my garden shed so I could at least get inside to get my tools to work in the areas of the garden where there is no snow. Spring can be so frustrating. It can never seem to make up it's mind whether it wants to warm up or stay winter forever. Which makes dressing during this time of year especially difficult. I tend to wear a lot of lightweight scarves in the spring, like the one I have on in today's post, because they keep me warm in the chilly mornings and evenings, yet I can easily remove them in the heat of the day.
We all know to dress in layers in the winter to keep the warmth in, but it really helps in the spring too because I can just remove layers as the temperatures rise. I started on this chilly morning with a jacket, then removed that when it was no longer needed. The chambray shirt (old, Old Navy), is perfect because it's thin, yet the long sleeves keep my arms warm. If it gets really hot, I could even remove the shirt and just wear the white tee underneath.
Have a great day!
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