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The superstar curators at Of a Kind launched a small sale that's packing in the transition-to-spring department. They're offering 35% off 10 editions through tomorrow at 10am (EST) when you enter SPRINGFORCOLOR at checkout.
We found five sweet items that will help you combat unpredictable weather, fluctuating temperatures, and end-of-winter wardrobe fatigue. The bows above from independent hat designers of Yestadt Millinery are a versatile way to brighten up any spring outfit, and the four items after the jump are equally as cheery and chic.
Spots & Stripes Scarf by Rawaan Alkhatib, $72.80 (was $112)
A cheeky way to kick up early spring outfits. Bonus: Take it off your neck and tie around your head and voila! Insta-rain gear.
Charlie Sweater by Cardigan by Lynne Hiriak, $102 (was $157)
The simplicity of this light sweater makes it a versatile find: Anchor this season's craziest patterned trousers with its neutral color or pair with your favorite denim.
Cotton Candy Clutch by Kindah Khalidy, $55.25 (was $85)
Whether used as a clutch from day to night or a make-up bag, the pastel colors are enough to punch up any outfit.
Batik print shorts by Wren, $81.25 (was $125)
The printed short, an answer to the printed pant, will carry you from the warmer days to the hotter days to the hottest days, all with a shock of color.
· Of a Kind Sale Event [Official Site]
· Elle Fanning, Kate Middleton, and Neon: The Of a Kind Girls Take a Look Back at 2012 [Racked]