Although officially it's 3 weeks or so 'til Spring, once the daffodils are out it does feel a little more cheerful!
As the weather (hopefully) turns warmer, thoughts inevitably turn to how your wardrobe will work for the new season. Retired and working from home, I certainly have neither the funds nor the compulsion to go on a shopping spree BUT there are certain things that it's wise to consider ahead of time. If you're looking for certain colors, sizes or you need particularly comfortable shoes/sandals, be aware that they are likely to come into store early and it's easy to miss out.
A couple of simple but well cut t-shirts will give new life to your Spring separates and yet they can be difficult to find later on. Check out the fabulous cotton v-necks from Kettlewell in 21 colors!
If you're out and about, the easy basic clothing I've included in the City Break article (below) can be a useful ticklist, just adapt it to your own excursion. Have fun! X
After wearing tailored business clothes for many years, Kathleen is now working remotely from home and wanted to transition her wardrobe into a more casual approach.
Although originally being drawn to Winter colors, she found it difficult to determine her skin undertone and, consequently, had rather lost her way! She'd been tested instore many times with widely varying results - warm, cool, neutral and light cool olive!
So a time of change was the catalyst prompting Kathleen to confirm her Color Family and establish a firm direction for neutrals and accent colors.
I think you'll agree that the dramatic cool and deep tones of the Winter Season (below) really do justice to Kathleen's beautiful complexion.