Did anyone else notice that the weather just abruptly changed from dead-of-winter to end-of-spring over the course of a week? I'm already sweating, and it's barely March. And as much as I'm enjoying the renewed sunshine and increase in my Vitamin D levels, you all know by now that I'm not really a Springtime dresser. Beachy floral dresses and sandals? Not really my thing. But as temps are already approaching the 80's, I'm sensing it might be time to retire my leather jackets and booties for the season (say it ain't so!). While I mourn this devastating loss, I'm finding ways to make my Fall-heavy wardrobe work for the season, focusing on effortless outfits for Spring in the form of lightweight pieces in my favorite neutral hues. A long, sleeveless button-down tunic is an easy but chic and clean piece for Spring; instead of layering it over my typical skinnies, I paired it with some high-waisted black flares, resorting to my go-to color combo while playing with a fun silhouette. These silver mule sandals are perfect for the season, and don't feel overly summery, while the blush bucket bag is a great Spring bag.