Transition Into Spring
Hello Darlings, As we shed our parkas and boots, it's time to get planning that spring wardrobe! For anyone who's been battling with winter hibernation, this time of the year is as exciting as it gets. While I do enjoy fashions of all seasons, there's only so many ways that a girl can rock a coat or a parka. As Friday marked the official first day of spring, I'm ready to shed the winter layers and embrace the glorious season of skirts and no pantyhose.
While the weather is still somewhat indecisive in its choice of sunshine or snow, this grey Wilfred coat from Aritzia has become the perfect transition item that is ideal over light layering pieces. In fact these images were shot for Fashion Magazines feature on coats as a statement piece. As we bid farewell to winter and the sun slowly decided to grace up with its presence that's when I am obsessively looking to add new transition items that will work from colder to warmer weather.
This spring forecast is all about the 70s and while I am not the one to follow too many trends, it's never a bad idea to spruce up that wardrobe. If you're looking for an awesome re-cap of actually wearable spring trends check out this one on TheYouthSociety.com. Once you've decided on what you love or hate then you can easily transition into spring in style.
For me this season is all about introducing new styles such as m newly favorite pair of Citizens of Humanity Emerson boyfriends jeans for casual spring days, to classic Equipment silk blouses for practically every occasion. Also, I can't wait to bring back my flared Burberry jeans. Final step of spring wardrobe of course is adding a beautiful pair of flats. Hopefully this year I'll manage to find the Salvatore Ferragamo Varina ballerinas in nude that I so miserably failed at last year.
Always take the time to decide on key items, as shopping without a goal is bad idea. Not only does it lead to impulse purchases but a wardrobe that is unplanned and uncoordinated. So think ahead and enjoy the process of hunting down those perfect pieces. Happy sunshine everyone!
Images by Stefania Yarhi, Textstyle.ca