Styled By Nelia: Dressing for Spring

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It may be March, but it looks like Mother Nature hasn’t gotten the memo just yet. If you live in Toronto, tights and coats are still a sad necessity, but it doesn’t mean that we can’t start adding some fun spring pieces to our wardrobes! And that’s exactly what I did on the latest episode of Styled By Nelia.

Thanks to the beautiful new arrivals from Ted Baker, I was able to show Loretta how she could infuse a few cheerful spring pieces into her wardrobe to wear now, and when the weather finally warms up.

From the classic and oh-so-chic floral full skirts, to colourful ladylike dresses, Ted Baker’s spring collection is full of timeless elegant pieces that can be styled in a multitude of ways. If you’re eager to pack away your winter clothes, and start wearing your new spring pieces instead, all you need to do is throw on some tights (fleece-lined ones are my fave), put on a pair of ankle booties, layer your outfit with a cute cardigan and an even cuter coat, and you’re good to go! And once the temperatures warm up, ditch those cold weather essentials for a pair of pretty pumps, and enjoy the sunshine! It really is that easy.

So tell me, how do you deal with this year’s neverending winter? Do you live in your parka, or are you starting to embrace spring collections? Share in the comments!

Check out the full post on Yorkdale.com!

Photos and Video by Max Kopanygin


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4 Responses to “Styled By Nelia: Dressing for Spring”


  • Comment from Jenn C

    Girl, this video is adorable as you are. Is the flower skirt current at Yorkdale?

  • Comment from Anja Skrba

    This python skirt is great! I love it!

  • Comment from Nelia

    Thanks, Anja! Can’t wait for the weather to be a bit warmer so I can wear it all the time.

  • Comment from Nelia

    Hi Jenn! The skirt is recent. Stop by Yorkdale and check it out…there are lots of similar cuts in various patterns too.


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