MIND THE GAP | Bridging Winter and Spring

January 25, 2014


Simple layering, soft pastels, and breaking with the tradition of ‘no white before Memorial Day’: the unseasonably warm winter weather has started us thinking about transitioning our wardrobes for spring. It’s all about the little things; even the act of rolling up the cuffs on your jeans can feel incredibly liberating after months spent doubling up your socks. We took a look through the shop and put together a few idea about how to infuse winter dressing with the lightness and ease of spring.

Break up monochromatic black with sharp, tailored whites, and technicolor details.
ABOVE: Calla Overcoat with Tweed Sleeves | Angélique Chmielewski Recess Shirtdress

Mix spring florals, winter knits, and silk. Throw on over-sized denim for coziness without heaviness.
ABOVE: Calla Crewneck Floral Sweater | Sacai Luck Dropped Waist Tee Shirt Dress

Loose, comfy tees, and distressed denim are the perfect match for bright pastels in warm textured tweeds.
ABOVE: Calla Tweed Blazer | Each x Other Slouchy Jeans with Leather Band | Theyskens Theory Chrystal Frispy Long Sleeved Tee | 3.1 Phillip Lim Ryder Satchel


From top to bottom: 1. Sophie Hulme Double Layer Varsity Trench shown with Calla Tweed Peplum Dress and Sophie Hulme Envelope Clutch | 2. Mason by Michelle Mason Floral Raglan Dress shown with Angélique Chmielewski Recess Shirtdress and 3.1 Phillip Lim Ryder Satchel | 3.  Comme des Garçons PLAY Striped Long Sleeved Tee shown with Theyskens Theory Bamy Faloon Blouse, Mother Denim Misfit Jeans and 3.1 Phillip Lim Ryder Satchel