Are you experiencing crazy weather in your “neck of the woods?” Here in New York I think we’re experiencing “weather whiplash.” The weather goes up and down all week long. One day you are cranking up the heat because it’s bitter cold outside, and then the next day you are wearing a short sleeve shirt with the windows opened. It’s crazy!
I have heart people use the term “sprinter” (Spring + Winter). I have to agree – this is some crazy “sprinter” we are having.
How exactly are you supposed to dress during a “sprinter?” Do you dress for the cold – or for the warmth? Or do you dress a little in between?
I would recommend dressing in layers. That way if it becomes to warm you can remove an article of clothing, such as a scarf or a sweater.
If you are looking to spruce up your wardrobe so that you are prepared for whatever “sprinter” has to offer, check out what is new at your local T.J. Maxx.
Here are just a few looks you can create with pieces found at T.J. Maxx.
Look #1: Pair a classic LBD with a leather jacket, ankle booties and a colorful scarf.
Look #2: Wear a long-sleeve tee under an over-sized anorak with cuffed jeans and fashionable sneakers.
Look #3: Keep it work appropriate by swapping out your traditional blazer for a bomber with a midi skirt and heeled booties.
You can find these types of clothing at your local T.J. Maxx department stores.
I think Look #2 is more my style. I could see myself wearing clothing like that. I work as a teacher’s assistant with a kindergarten class. I do a lot of getting up and down and deal with a lot of paint, glue and glitter. I need to keep it more casual. Plus I’m a “jeans and sneakers” kind of girl.
Not all styles are available at every T.J. Maxx store, however you should easily be able to find similar styles or just use these as an inspiration to create your own “sprinter” look/wardrobe.
While you are shopping for some new “sprinter” looks, be sure to check out their home section. There you’ll find not only great things for your home, but also fun and beautiful holiday/seasonal decor. Easter is coming up and I’ve already seen some nice Easter/Spring decorations at our local T.J. Maxx store. In fact, T.J. Maxx and it’s “sister stores” Marshall and Home Goods are my #1 go to stores when I am looking for holiday/seasonal decor and more. I always love their selections.
To find a T.J. Maxx near you visit TJMaxx.com. In fact, you can also shop online at T.J. Maxx.
You can also find the brand on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. You can find their links on the bottom of their website.
Do you shop at T.J. Maxx?
Which “sprinter” look (one, two or three) is your favorite?
*I will be receiving a store gift card in exchange for my participation. There was no other compenstion. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.