Welcome to Cost Per Wear, a series in which we break down how much value really lies in certain items so you can make well-informed shopping choices. Given the many outfit ideas we have saved for each item, we’ve calculated the cost per wear for every time we’ll step out in the piece (given that we copy each of the following outfit ideas, of course).
It’s official: Spring is here. It’s time to congratulate yourself on making it through (a particularly brutal) winter by burying away your puffer coats, wool sweaters, and heavy boots. While you’re definitely shedding a few layers, it might not immediately be the moment to break out your warm-weather wardrobe quite yet, either. If this in-between weather has you seriously confused and questioning what to wear in spring, don’t stress, because we have your back there.
We’ve identified three key pieces that will pull their weight in your wardrobe during these in-between months—the trench coat, the slip skirt, and the spring-friendly white ankle boot. Below, you can get inspired by all the different ways to wear each piece in any kind of weather. Bundled with multiple layers? Worn with sunglasses and sandals? These three pieces can do it all. Once you’re good and inspired, shop our pick of each item.
3 Transitional Spring Pieces That are Less Than Per Wear
Source: Who What Wear