Seasonal Clothing Transitions Part II

Transitions suck.  I apologize for such  crude language.  However, that is my current sentiment and I couldn’t think of anything else more refined sounding. I have previously written about transitioning over a wardrobe between seasons.   The “knowing how” is one thing; the steps aren’t difficult.  The difficult part is contending with Mother Nature’s fickleness between seasons.  One day it’s hot–summer clothes.  The next day it’s chilly–warm clothes.  It’s cold in the morning, then hot midday, and then cooling of in the late afternoon. An adult can manage to put on a sweater and take it off.  A four-year old…or eight year … Continue reading Seasonal Clothing Transitions Part II

10 Easy Steps to Transition a Child’s Wardrobe Between Seasons

For me, the first crisp fall day is the time to reevaluate what clothes to keep in the closets.  Fall and spring are both fickle in daily weather changes, and as we used to say in Chicago, more accurately– the weather changes minute-by-minute.  So after a HOT HOT summer, even a 10 degree drop in temperature gets me excited about my favorite black leather boots and cable-knit sweaters. Doing a clothing inventory is important for you and everyone else in the home as well.  However this is especially necessary if there are children in the household, as they tend to grow like weeds … Continue reading 10 Easy Steps to Transition a Child’s Wardrobe Between Seasons