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The “in-between” Seasons

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March just hit, it is almost time for that awkward in-between season of the year. Usually by this time, I grow extremely burdened by heavy winter jackets. No matter what world class brand of bomber you’re wearing, it won’t ever be as stylish as your everyday spring coats. The departure of winter’s fascination with expensive coats (ex. Canada Goose, Moose Knuckles) comes spring’s flirty alternative – the jacket. Many designers have recognised the need for a stylish cover-up during this difficult “in-between seasons”.

Looking at high-end fashion, go-to labels for the perfect jacket would include Chanel and Stella McCartney Leather jackets —Burberry Prorsum’s tiny biker jackets reference the style label from over a hundred years back, while London label Dom & Ruby’s Shearling leather jacket – limited edition, sees you beyond spring.

Talking about a more practical, mid to low-end fashion, chains like Abercrombie, Club Monaco, & Esprit sell coats with a price range of $80-$200. Personally, a pea coat from H&M that comes in both colors of green and red caught my eye. The colors are vibrant, perfect for transitioning your wardrobe into spring. This piece is also versatile, I can easily rock it when spring comes along, or even now layered over a hoodie for extra warmth to get through this “in-between season”.

Tata for now. xx

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