Fashion Fabrics Club’s guide to getting ready for the new season. Find the five ways to easily transition your wardrobe from winter to spring, and the fabrics you need to get you there.

Light Weight Sweater

Retire chunky wool sweaters and replace them with lighter weight cotton cardigans. Neutral colors like black and camel are seasonless, but to make things a little more in line with the blooming world around you, try something with a little more life like a periwinkle or rose shade.

SkirtSwap out winter’s knitted skirts for ones with a little more movement and breathability. Try a poly/cotton blend with a slight sheen and go for saturated colors like royal blue or fun prints like florals or stripes.

DenimKeep denim on reserves, it’s appropriate for every season. For transition season, dark denim should be paired with lighter partners to make them right-now, but you can start breaking out your stone washed denim, distressed boyfriend jeans, and those white skinnies you lived in last summer.

Twill JacketFinally, tights can be abandoned, time to let legs breathe. If opting for anything above the knee, put a long layer over the top to keep things appropriate for the transition weather. Long twill jackets with bare legs and open-toed shoes is a major look among the fashion elite right now.

Lace FabricsTry fabrics with perforation—it’s an easy way to lighten things up. For transition season, use airy fabrics like eyelet and lace as special features like as an insert to a skirt or top, trim, or toss it on over another light layer.

February 26, 2016 — Shopify API