Spring officially starts on Monday, March 21 and that means it’s time to lighten your wardrobe in preparation for the warmer weather. Here are some key items you’ll need in your closet for this season.
Twill Button-Front Trench Coat by Old Navy
Trench Coats will forever be a staple in both spring and fall weather. Be sure to buy one that is long and thick enough to keep you warm on those rainy and windy days.
Forever 21 Cutout-Shoulder Crepe Top
Cutout shoulder tops are comfy, sexy and can be worn casually or when you’re going out.
Bluenotes’ Mid Rise Curvy Crop Skinny Jean – Rinse Wash
Cuffed skinny jeans help to show off your shoes, body shape and are wearable in both hot and cold weather.
Hunter’s Original Tall Gloss Rain Boots
As they say April showers bring May flowers so bring back this classic look to keep your feet dry and your outfit looking flawless.
The Bay’s FULTON Birdcage Umbrella
Umbrellas are crucial during the spring and the birdcage umbrella is the latest trend that keeps you dry and looks good while doing so!
This spring dare to be fashionably comfy and enjoy the warmer weather!
Old man winter sure has made an impact on Toronto this year but luckily Spring Break is just around the corner and along with it is wonderful warm weather.
Although Spring doesn’t officially start for another two weeks Toronto has plenty of fun and adventurous things to do indoors and out.
The Toronto Comic Con is back March 18-20 for all you comic/anime fans out there. Get dressed up and meet some amazing people and characters this break at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
For you maple syrup lovers the Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival has been running from March 5 until April 3 at Kortright Centre for Conservation, Terra Cotta Conservation Area, and Bruce’s Mill Conservation Area featuring demonstrations, wagon rides, kids entertainment, family-friendly crafts, maple syrup samples and pancake breakfast.
And for the younger audiences TIFF Kids Presents: Treasures from DreamWorks Animation. Here’s your chance to relive DreamWorks best animated movies over the years. Only $13 for adults, $10.50 for seniors and $9 for children you’ll have a great time enjoying these animated features.