Wear Now, Wear Later: how to transition into spring

Posted on February 19 2017

When the temps start to rise and you can almost smell spring in the air, it's when the Cost-Per-Wear stars in your wardrobe really start to shine. It's a simple concept - take the number of times you wear a piece and divide it into how much you paid for it. The pieces that transition the best tend to have rock star scores. 

We picked 5 styles from our sale and matched them up with spring styling inspo from Pinterest. You're really going to like the math on these pieces. 

The Moto Jacket
A universally flattering go-to! One left in an XS and on for $85 from $170. 

The Floral Sweatshirt
One left in a size M on for $32.50. Also one left in blush for S for $62.50. 

The Denim Skirt
What we love about ours is all the stretch. And the fact that it is blessedly not too short. Originally $90, now $45. 

The Wide Leg Pants
Insta sophistication. These ones are from a Vancouver label and we've got XS and S left (they run a little on the larger side fyi). Originally $99, now $49.50. 

The Floral Maxi
Add sandals, a belt, and a bright lipstick. Hello Spring. (denim jacket optional). Ours is from a Toronto label and on for $61 from $122. 



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