As sunnier days slowly start our mornings earlier, and a sense of freshness that Spring has just peeped from the horizon, there’s a lot to look forward to when it comes to shifting out the winter wardrobe and welcoming a closet update. As we think about bidding farewell to the reliable comfort of roll necks, oversized coats and thick socks, and welcoming instead open-toed shoes, loose shirting and light layers, Because have pulled together the inspiration you need to step into spring with the best of new-in.

Versatile Suiting
What’s chic, everlasting and worn all over? Flawless tailoring of course. A staple tailored suit is a must for the cross over of officewear to evening out. Opt for a versatile cotton-blend pairing by Raey; the perfect relaxed, lightweight get-up for warmer weather, which is equally great layered over a thin knit. Add texture with a JW Anderson beige Bumper bag, rendered in woven raffia with brown leather. For an even more seamless transition from the workplace to drinks, dress the suit up with The Row’s Maud 80 sandals, crafted with smooth black leather; or if you're feeling casual on a Friday slip into Jigsaw’s Agnes Slider to blend style and comfort. Top the look off with a simple chain necklace, ideal for layering and a sculptural Charlotte Chesnais’s Round Trip ring for added fun.

Unfinished Business
We are excited to embrace the frayed-edged, distressed denim seen on the AW23 runways at Marine Serre, Marni and Dries van Noten and if, like us, you’re excited about this season’s organic offering, look no further than this raw-cut boxy jacket by Arket and flared FERN jeans. Offset the natural finish with Arket’s clean and chic crossbody bag before adding some chunk with Gabriela Hearst's Striker platform slides to elevate your stride. To finish off, embrace the sunshine with Loewe’s iconic yellow sunglasses and go gold with Valentino’s Vlogo earrings and Jigsaw’s t-bar chain necklace.

Jeans and a Nice Top
Any confusing dress codes throwing you off? You can never go wrong with the age-old jeans and a classic shirt combo. Raey’s slouchy low-rise jeans are understated with the right amount of roominess, and they go with everything. And when we say everything, we mean especially Cecilie Bahnsen’s romantic, textured blouse. This season is all about a statement earring and, if you find your jewellery box significantly lacking, invest in and go bold with Completed Works’ sculptural pearl earrings, paired seamlessly with their recycled gold vermeil pearl ring. Round off the look with The Row’s fisherman sandals to provide crucial practicality and long-lasting comfort that are sure to get you from A to B.

Opt for a classic 
Jigsaw’s seasonal twist on a timeless trench coat effectively modernises the classic with its oversized lapels and relaxed, dropped shoulders. Take a break from the structured trouser with RE/DONE’s comfy signature 90s style denim and double down on the look with a crisp poplin shirt, which borrows from men’s tailoring and features box pleats and a scooped hem. An everyday take on statement jewellery is achieved by Laura Lombardi’s wide ribbed earrings and, while Loewe’s playful heels may be a little out of reach for everyday use, swap in Jigsaw’s stacked heel for a versatile look – a great investment piece.

Sharp Asymmetry
It’s a trend without an expiry date, but how to wear it? If you’re looking for a unique twist on classic tailoring, Ganni has become the cool girl’s one-stop shop for the ultimate Scandi style and its twill suit jacket perfectly blends the corporate pinstripe with an asymmetric silhouette. Sustain your Scandi-cool with Ganni’s matching mini skirt. If heels are not for you, Le Monde Beryl’s silver Mary Jane flats are the perfect everyday office shoe for a chic look whilst keeping your feet firmly (and elegantly) on the ground. Style the schoolgirl look with a pair of Raey’s black rib socks and resume the silver theme with Marni’s metallic tote bag and a pair of go-to chunky everyday silver hoops by Cos.