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Winter to Spring Fashion Inspo: Type A Style

Figuring out what to wear in the in-between time after the holidays and spring can be tough. For Issue 2, Elizabethtown fashionista Amanda Burris pulled together a series of looks from some of our favorite local boutiques to get you through these last winter months in style. Scroll through for some gorgeous outfit inspiration. Photos by Susan Butterworth Photographty taken at HIP South.

A Message from Amanda:

Shopping for the perfect winter outfit for any occasion? We’ve got you covered. I’m Amanda Burris, a fashion guru and self-taught designer. I approach fashion & interior design with a frugal eye, and I love sharing my awesome finds through my lifestyle blog, Type A Style. I’ve compiled some of my favorite looks for transitioning from winter to spring—No need to shop online or drive to Louisville. All of the looks can be purchased at your favorite local boutiques.

I’m a proud wife of a local police officer and mommy to Maverick Dean and his fur-brother, Bentley. Follow along as I find my way through life, one outfit at a time!


Facebook: @typeastyledesign

Amanda V. Burris

The Mud Honey’s

Make warm and cozy fun and flirty with an off-the-shoulder sweater. A simple off-the-shoulder look can take all the frump out of any chunky knit. Pump up this casual look by adding booties and a suede fedora.

Swanky Shoppe

Mixing textures, like tweed, patent leather and faux fur is totally acceptable, even after the holiday season. A faux fur stole can add so much class (and sass) to your winter look. Add some pearl accessories for that extra sense of stylish sophistication.

That Cute Little Shop

However you celebrate, rock this Valentine’s Day with a fun ruffle dress, blinging accessories and a bold lip. Don’t be afraid to mix pink and reds or add a little pop of leopard for some extra glam. Blush is a perfect transition color into spring.


Don’t be afraid to push the boundaries with a basic jumpsuit. Any good jumpsuit can transcend through all the seasons. Pair it with a fun cardigan and suede loafers and you’re ready to jump from the cold winter into the crisp spring.

Walker Lane Boutique

A graphic sweatshirt isn’t just for messy buns and yoga pants. This comfy (and relatable) sweatshirt pairs perfectly with a fringe poncho and leather earrings for a casual look on a chilly day. Plus it is multi-functional for a cozy day at home.

Raiment + Boon

A black leather jacket is such a fun piece to have when you want to add an element of edge to any outfit. And adding a pop of leopard with a knotted headband is the cherry on top to a trendy look.

Lady Lu’s

Transform your business casual attire with a pop of leopard. Pair a fun cardigan or jacket with a pencil skirt and you’re ready to kill that presentation. Not to mention, a black pencil skirt is a staple item every girl needs in her closet.

Merle Norman

Nothing screams class like a black and white tweed coat. This classic piece is so stunning alone, all it needs is a strand of pearls. It’s the perfect transition look from a day at work to a night out on the town.

Love the looks? You can follow along with all of Amanda's fashion finds on Facebook and Instagram, but our favorite way to make the most of following bloggers and influencers is on It is the easiest way to shop looks styled by your favorite influencers, wearing your favorite brands. Find exactly what you’re looking for from wedding guest dresses, ankle boots, and trench coats to faux leather jackets and leopard slip skirts from over 4,500 different retailers. Get the app and be sure to follow Type A Style.

Share your own Hardin County shopping adventures and tag us at #elizabethtownlifestyle. If you don't already, check us out on Facebook and Instagram to stay up-to-date on the latest happenings with Elizabethtown Lifestyle and local community events.

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