Like a snake shedding its skin, during spring, people find ways of shedding different layers. For some, shedding layers can mean shedding away pounds on the next diet fad or making that transition to shed winter layers of clothing into spring. With seasonal transitions, I like to remove things that weren't worn in my wardrobe. I enjoy the fall and winter seasons because layering adds more depth to the wardrobe. Growing up in the hot desert of Las Vegas allows only a few months a year for layers to be worn which makes me a little sad. I can be quite envious of my neighbors in Los Angeles who can sport most of their wardrobe year round due to the perfect climate they get all year. Once June hits Vegas, minimal clothing is a must unless one wants to shed extra pounds from sweating! Seasonal changes for me always brings about change in some way shape or form. Shedding a layer doesn't necessarily always have to pertain to aesthetics, but it can also mean shedding an old version of yourself to allow a better version of you to shine through. Letting go of anything that no longer serves is also a great way to shed layers. After all, it's always good to work from the inside out. Like they say, "Be the light you wish to see in the world."