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Transitional Clothing 2012

10 Pieces That Will Take You From Winter to Spring

Lucky magazine is one of our favorite sources for great shopping tips. We're thrilled to share this fabulous story on the best transitional pieces from our friends at Lucky!

Daylight Savings Time just happened and, also like clockwork, I'm suddenly repulsed by boots, sweaters and knit hats. Instead, I want leather sandals, tiny shorts, crepe-thin dresses or anything that whispers "wear me on spring break".

Of course, this is partially (largely?) because I want it to be warm enough to wear those things. It's stupid to hope that buying summer clothes will spark the weather to match my new wardrobe, but I do it anyway. But since it doesn't really work like that, maybe I should invest in some more transitional pieces instead.

Utility Jacket

Wear It In Winter: Layered on top of thick sweaters

Wear It In Spring: As an intentionally baggy complement to flirty little dresses

drawstring utility jacket, $32.80, forever21.com

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