We can’t wait to get these pieces out of the wardrobe
Before the first chill winds even brushed your cheeks, you couldn’t wait to get out your chunky cashmere jumpers, woollen scarves and winter coats. But now that warmer days are just around the corner, you’re itching to leave these sources of heat in the wardrobe to make way for lighter pieces. Say goodbye to rollnecks; here are 5 items from your wardrobe that you will be overjoyed to see again come spring.
The denim jacket
A big hit in the 80s that came back in force last spring, the denim jacket is the perfect ally for anyone wanting to be as cool as they are chic. Team it with a serious outfit to soften any strictness, wear one over a pretty dress to add a casual touch. Fitted or oversized, this springtime item is an essential basic!
Whether boyfriend-style or more ethereal, shirts slink from their hidey-holes come spring. If you still wore them despite the cold, they would have been buttoned up to the neck, or hidden underneath a jumper or jacket. Such a waste that springtime is about to change, armed with rolled-up sleeves and pretty necklines…
Tucked away inside chunky ankle boots or funky trainers, your tootsies can finally get some air. Make way for strappy, wedged and other colourful peep-toes. The only down side to such great news… In springtime, it’s not just fingernails that are in need of nail varnish!
The trench coat
Too lightweight for winter, too warm for summer, the trench coat’s heyday is the time of gentle warmth and gentle rain. The very epitome of chic, its traditional beige version has moved over in recent years to make way for a wider spectrum. The perfect opportunity to multiply your styles, and for springtime to see the streets bustling with 1000s of colours.
Despite becoming a key wardrobe staple, the jumpsuit poses its own problems: it can be difficult to match with a gilet, jumper or jacket for fear of minimising its impact. That’s why spring is a godsend for all lovers of this garment that is as chic as it is casual. It’s time to take advantage of the temperature creeping up to dig this one out of its lair.