Raise your hand if you’ve dreaded the past few months of Winter! It seems as if the cold has dragged on forever. Whether it be the frigid temperatures or copious amount of snow, it is safe to say we are all excited for spring, especially after having braved a brutal Canadian winter.

The long transition from Winter to Spring can take a toll on our mental health and even our bank accounts when looking to purchase a new spring wardrobe. Whether it be for yourself, your children, your significant other or maybe even a close friend, the following tips will help you feel your best when putting away your parka and grabbing your shorts and flip flops.

  • Bright Colours – What better way to enlighten your mood than to wear bright colours! Bright colours scream excitement and are a great way to switch into a spring-friendly style and colour palette.
  • White Clothing – We all know the rule of “No White After Labour Day”… Not anymore, it’s spring! White is the easiest colour to match with and a great way to use your existing pieces in your wardrobe. A white T-Shirt or even a white pair of Jeans will pair perfectly with both new and old pieces.
  • Bye Bye Knit Scarf, Hello Silk Scarf – Finally, we can put away our thick knit or wool scarfs. Revamp your style with a beautiful silk scarf, either worn as a pocket square, scarf, necktie, etc. It works perfectly for both day and night outfits! 
  • Layer Up – Instead of reaching for a thicker coat on a chilly spring day, layer, layer layer. Throw on a long-sleeved, plaid shirt or overshirt and a jean jacket for a complete look! A style that works well for people of all ages!

 We hope the tips we provided help you revamp your spring wardrobe. Our blogs aren’t ALWAYS about Dentistry! If you would like to talk dental related topics or even book an appointment, please feel free to visit us online or call our office!


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