March Citizen Style: How Do You Transition Your Wardrobe From Winter To Spring?

The Huffington Post Canada     First Posted: 02/17/2012 1:46 pm   Updated: 02/17/2012 1:49 pm

Even though many parts of Canada didn't really have a winter -- what's up, Mother Nature? -- we're still ready to usher in the mucky, yucky season of spring.

It's a time of fresh starts, including sartorially.

Into our closet goes our Canada Goose gear, out comes our Mackage leather jacket; we say goodbye to our Sorels in favour of our Hunters.

So, for the next edition of Citizen Style, we want to know: how do you ring in spring with your wardrobe? Be it accessories, a dress or what you pack in your I-want-to-avoid-the-winter/spring-transition suitcase, we'd like to invite you to grab a camera and take a pic of yourself, your friends or a stranger you think is rocking a springtime look -- then tell us why.

If you want to include video, Tweets, a Tumblr, Pinterest, amazing -- we want to see it all!

We'll post your original images and commentary online on March 1.

Ready to get started? Please email your image/video/media, commentary (200 to 400 words max) to CanadaStyle@huffingtonpost.com by Tuesday, February 28. And if you have any suggestions, drop us a line any time at that address.

And be sure to check out our February edition of Citizen Style!

Toronto: The Dip-Dye Effect
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Name: South Godfrey
Occupation: President/Designer/Blogger at Lilly Lab
Photography By: South Godfrey
About The Look: "Less is more. I love to have one piece be the focal point in each outfit. Everything else should be worn to help make that piece look its best. For this outfit, I chose a killer dip-dye sweatshirt from Lilly Lab. It is hand dyed, thus one of a kind and I felt black skinny jeans, wedge sandals, red polish and a simple side pony were all that was needed to look pulled together, yet unique."
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