The winter fatigue where we’re getting bored of the dullness and are ready to shake things up in time for the new season is a real thing, but the actual weather isn’t quite there yet. At the same time, wallowing in the weariness isn’t an ideal option either, so, we’re forging ahead with new season feels regardless, and the temperatures can catch up later. But the trick to this is to tow a neat line between staying warm and getting your mood right for Spring. And to do that, we have inspiration that’s fresh off the rack for you – think bold suiting, tweed two-pieces,statement knits and nautical stripes. Check out the top 5 pieces that have just dropped on Superbalist.
"If it’s good enough for Hillary, it’s good enough for me. Should you have just woken up from a 6-month-long nap tailoring is the colour of the season. The danger with suiting is looking dated. So if you’re more for looking effortlessly cool than serving stewardess realness I’d consider pairing it with a sneaker."
"My least favourite thing is a chunky knit in a neutral colour way. The world is war-torn, babes, we really don’t need to go through the stress of a 4-year-old ‘timeless’ knit. Your rotation is not complete without a statement knit: bold graphics, colour and stripes are an easy way to level-up a simple look."
"Rich-b*tch sorority style is a big mood for the soon-to-come summer season. Your best Clueless fantasy comes to life in the little tweed set that is the key to your between-season style. Coco Chanel popularised the tweed suit in 1924 and now at the pinnacle of preppy fashion it’s back to bring you brunch looks that will never fail."
"Fashion is truly great when it works hard for you. This little striped situation will take you from office to occasion seamlessly. Vertical stripes are everyone’s friend, they elongate and slim your shape – smooth sailing into the nautical revival coming this summer."
"If you’re looking for a replacement for your go-to skinny jeans (and you really should be), every pleat is a reason why you should get involved. I swear by a pleated skirt they’re versatile and never out of place. I love pairing it with a graphic sweater and chunky sneakers."