How to easily transition your clothes from winter to spring | Marks and Spencer (M&S) Spring Must Haves

Spring is around the corner! I bet you are getting ready to revamp your wardrobe with bright colors, bold prints, flowy skirts, maxi dresses, and other trendy amazing pieces that will make a statement. Don’t pack away your entire winter wardrobe because you can transition your clothes from winter to spring easier than you thought.

I plan on wearing these Marks and Spencer styles, from the Earth Trend collection, while its still cold outside (you can still see snow on the ground in these photos) — and when it gets warmer. The trick is to stock up on clothes with sleeves. They keep you warm in the winter, and jacket free during spring.

Keep reading for Marks and Spencer styles that will be a staple during my transition from winter to spring.

How to easily transition your clothes from winter to spring (look 1) :




wearing: Pure Cotton Poplin Ruffle Shirt ; M&S Collection Fedora Hat

Ruffle shirts are in, and I believe they are here to stay. I love the soft, yet edgy vibe of this buttonup by Marks and Spencer. You can wear this shirt multiple ways: tucked into highwaisted jeans, hem tied into a knot, and over a pair of leggings. This shirt is a statement piece, and a must have for your closet.

Lets not forget this classic wide brim fedora hat by Marks and Spencer. It’s the perfect accessory year round!

How to easily transition your clothes from winter to spring (look 2) :



wearing: Boxy Knit Long Sleeve JumperM&S Collection Fedora Hat

This jumper is the perfect basic knit for spring because it is lightweight, and bright orange. You can wear your basic tops tucked into your favorite denim, tied over a flared skirt or under a lace tank top.

How to easily transition your clothes from winter to spring (look 3) :



wearing: Geometric Print Shirt Dress; M&S Collection Fedora Hat

You can keep the sleeves rolled down, or cuff the sleeves to make your look more edgy. I love shirt dresses because they are great go to pieces for when you are not in the mood for pairing multiple items or layers together.

What are your must have clothes for Spring?

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  1. olando
    April 4, 2017 / 12:14 pm

    Really nice

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