JANUARY

Beat the January blues with on-trend knits that will keep you warm and cozy. The key to transitioning your winter wardrobe into spring with ease is to master the art of layering. It may be sub zero temperatures outside, but that doesn’t mean you can’t look stylish and put together this season. Start with a base layer to provide extra warmth. For example, adding a simple sleeveless tank underneath your outfit will give you that extra layer to retain heat, allowing you to wear something a little more stylish on top like this long sleeve tunic and ombré poncho.

FEBRUARY

With warmer temperatures on the horizon, you can afford to skip your tank top and welcome lighter layering pieces into your wardrobe. This mock neck sweater with angled hem is the perfect foundation for adding a luxuriously soft outer layer. Our Bianca Nygard cardigan with faux-fur trim will add texture to your look while its monochrome colour palette tones beautifully with a wide variety of existing pieces in your closet. Bold accessories are another great way to transition your winter wardrobe into spring – simply adding a statement pair of sunglasses and bohemian-inspired necklace instantly adds a springtime vibe.

MARCH

It’s time to break out some statement outerwear this month. Sticking with your mock neck angle hem sweater, switch out your heavier cardigan for a chic biker jacket featuring a timeless leopard print design. A look-at-me jacket will liven up any outfit in seconds and can be worn well into spring and summer. A slightly cropped length keeps this look suitably spring-inspired, but fear not…made with over 50% cotton, this jacket will still keep you warm and stylish on those cooler days.

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