It’s time to greet the new sea­son with six key pieces that will see you through those awk­ward rain/shine, sunny/cloudy days. Carolyn Asome re­ports

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s a les­son in dress­ing for spring, the front row of a fash­ion show has not tra­di­tion­ally of­fered much in the way of prac­ti­cal in­spi­ra­tion for us go­ing about our daily lives. Or it hasn’t un­til now.

Ob­vi­ously, I’m not re­fer­ring to Anna Dello Russo-style ex­cess or the ‘look at me’ get-up of a ris­ing pop­strel, but rather how fash­ion types put them­selves to­gether dur­ing that tricky pe­riod that in fash­ion-ese is called ‘ tran­si­tional’ dress­ing. In other words, what to wear when it’s still too nippy for bare legs, but you’d very much like shake off the shack­les of woolly black tights. We’re often made to feel as though we should be plan­ning our wardrobes for the sea­son ahead. But, re­ally, who does that? Far bet­ter to dress for the here and now. Buy­ing when some­thing catches your eye and you know you’ll be able to wear it the next day is the sign of a suc­cess­ful shop. Read on for our pick of the items that will spruce up your March wardrobe…

Be­low left Dress, £255, Top­shop Unique (top­shop. com). Right Top, £39, and skirt, £49, both Ware­house (ware­

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