The Perfect Transition Color

The neutral tone, earthy vibe, and easy pairability with both winter’s dark palette and spring’s bright shades make camel brown a perfect transition color. That’s why it has become an in-between season favorite among fashion insiders, especially in the realm of outerwear. Making it work as a layer for multiple seasons is all about using the right kind of fabric.

Gabardine Trench CoatGabardine Trench Coat

With the chance of getting caught in a light flurry or sprinkle around every corner, a trench is on the top of the list of must-haves for transition season. When it’s done in a camel gabardine, it gives off that coveted not-trying-too-hard-but-totally-put-together, classically British vibe.

Suit BlazerSuit Blazer

In-between winter’s black blazers and summer’s pastel and white blazers there lies the perfectly subtle camel blazer. Use the camel suiting separate as a light overcoat when things start to warm up. For cooler days, try a borrowed-from-the-boys look and toss it on over a button down or V-neck sweater.

Cashmere Car CoatCashmere Car Coat

The light weight and super soft surface of cashmere is the just-right equation for transitioning. It’s the perfect cardigan with a simple T and skinny jeans for a casual-luxe winter look and just the right weight for a top layer over a skirt or floaty dress in the early days of spring.

Cropped Suede JacketCropped Suede Jacket

Whether you prefer suede or faux suede, this velvety-surfaced material is a great pick for those transitional months. In camel, it works easily as a layer with scarves and thick denim pants or tossed on over a simple T and a pleated skirt.

Fur VestFur Vest

You can take winter’s favorite vest well into spring when it’s in camel faux fur and paired with the right ensemble. Throw it on over a white lace dress, with frayed denim shorts and a long sleeved T, over a chiffon blouse and skinnies—the options are nearly endless.

February 12, 2016 — Shopify API