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I’ve selected some key spring outerwear that’s ideal for spring’s rainy days and milder weather. These options vary in style and price point but should offer a good range of options for just about anyone. First off we have the Arc’Teryx mainline Arc’Tery Tenquille Hoodie.  This zippered style is made from a Technical weave nylon and comes in this great teal color. It’s available for $175 here.

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The arrival of warmer weather is a great occasion to refresh your wardrobe for Spring. In this post I’ll offer up a few suggestions for pieces that can easily be worked into a variety of outfits and conditions. Right now East Dane is running a sale offering 20-25% off most items. Simply type in the promo code EVENT17 at checkout to apply the discount. You can read the full details on the sale HERE.

Below are a few favorite items of mine that are eligible for the sale.

 

 

First off is a summer staple, the Rick Owens DRKSHDW gimp hoodie which is a classic full-zip rick style. It’s got an oversized hood and an extended length for layering over-top tees and underneath bombers. There’s also some great tees and other basics available HERE.

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With editorials, I prefer to see different brands are mixed together in creative ways. For FW15 Haven has chosen to highlight it’s Arc’Teryx Veilance selection by styling it together with pieces from likes of sacai, C.E, TAKAHIROMIYASHITA The SoloIst., Needles, OAMC, wings + horns, and Visvim. The juxtaposition of the minimal technical pieces against these different brands offers relatable and inspiring cold weather looks. If you’re looking for new ideas in regards to layering, this editorial is a must see. Check the full editorial after the jump.

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