January has come to an end and spring is in the air. Let’s all breathe a collective sigh of relief. Those of us who live in the UK likely have a handful of chilly months still ahead, but at the very least, we’ll soon be able to ditch the heavy wool coats and winter warmers.
With this in mind, it’s time to start thinking about which outfits will carry us through the transitional period. February isn’t just the first sign of spring; it’s also a month filled with hot-off-the-press inspiration, thanks to the succession of fashion weeks popping up around the world. After finding your sartorial footing in the first few weeks of the year, now is the prime time to take note from the catwalks and start having fun with your style.
Alas, it's still slightly too early to hide away your knitwear and embrace the rainbow dresses and sandal trends that will come out in full force this summer. Ease yourself in by opting for lighter layers, hints of colour and fresh alternatives to your cold-weather staples. To give you some ideas, I've rounded up 6 outfits that successfully toe the line between winter and spring. You know what to do...
Style Notes: Blazer season is officially upon us. It's the perfect layer for unpredictable temperatures, and looks good with just about everything. I especially love this midi-dress-and-derby-shoes combination,
Style Notes: Too mild for a weighty jumper? Go sleeveless with a knitted vest instead, and test the waters with a leg-baring skirt. You can always stash a pair of emergency tights in your bag, just in case.