It’s not quite time for transeasonal dressing yet but these February-appropriate looks hint at a promise of spring. Scroll below for inspiration …
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Those cargo trousers you invested in for autumn? Revitalise them for spring with a Breton top and a stacked heel loafer à la creative director of J Crew Olympia Gayot.
Winter-ise traditional warm weather pieces like a denim skirt by pairing them with an accessory like an oatmeal scarf. The light colour will lift your palette and the fabric will keep you ultra cosy.
After months of being bundled in knitwear, there is an easy appeal to wide leg jeans worn with a simple unbuttoned shirt.
We all have those days where we don’t want to stray from the old reliables – items like a grey knit, slim-straight jeans and a pair of trainers. Instead of classic white trainers, why not go for green? It’ll add a pop of colour to your look.
Hint at the incoming spring season with a bag made from natural materials such as rattan or wicker. Even if the rest of your outfit consists of winter pieces lik a roll neck and a wool coat, it’ll add a spring to your step.
Shades of turquoise and hunter green make for a novel pairing. Equally, a pair of cord trousers are a tactile alternative to jeans at this time of year. Our interest is piqued by this high-waisted wide-leg pair of cord trousers from Marks & Spencer.
The way to wear white jeans that looks entirely contemporary? Pair them with a cool cream knit: see Kelly Rutherford in this statement chunky knit by Irish designer Colin Burke.
Break the monotony of winter dressing by throwing on a leopard print coat. It’s the kind of unnecessary extravagance that will see you through gloomy February days.
Embraced by Diane Keaton and style influencers such as Jen Azoulay (pictured), light coloured socks worn with loafers are trending. Our advice if you’re going to brave the trend? Keep the rest of your outfit simple – wear it with a plain wool coat and knit, and opt for straight leg or baggy jeans that aren’t too short on the hem.
Stuck in a shoe rut? Eschew the boots or trainers you’ve been wearing on repeat in the cold weather for a pair of patent Mary Janes. Pair with sheer nylon socks to keep the chill at bay.