March is here and we all know that means spring isn't far behind. It's time to start storing the sweaters and coats to make way for the sandals and dresses. Take a look at these fashion steals we found so you can ring in the spring with style without breaking the bank.
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Nothing makes a dreary day easier to bear than a fun umbrella. This color-changing umbrella ($38, momastore.org) has white paint splatters printed on it that change in to bright colors when it's wet. How cool is that?
You'll definitely want to show off your fresh pedicure once the warm weather rolls around, and what better way than with a comfortable and chic pair of wedges ($20, target.com)?
Add a little flair to your spring wardrobe with Anthropologie's Catch-And-Release Scarf ($32, anthropologie.com). The gathers create feminine ruffles, and the lightweight fabric is perfect for the warmer temperatures of the season—plus you can choose from four beautiful pastel colors.
A trench coat is a classic essential for spring. Elle's golden olive trench coat (currently on sale for $50, kohls.com) comes in a bright, cheery color and features a feminine ruffled front and a unique stand-up collar for a price that can't be beat.
Say goodbye to the winter blahs with these retro-style sunglasses from EP ($10, 80spurple.com). The aviator frames are white and pink and ready for fun!
Check out this cute and affordable one from Big Buddha ($55, piperlime.com)! With a natural wooden frame and a bag made out of black crocheted fabric, it's the perfect size for everything you need for a night out.
The worst part about rain boots has to be their casual look. They don't match with anything and forget about wearing them to work! Enter Dav City's Waterproof Rain Boot ($50, dsw.com) with a sexy kitten heel, flattering mid-calf height and a style so sleek you'll be wishing for rainy days.
Forever 21's Sullen Braided Necklace ($20, forever21.com) is a versatile accessory that announces you are ready for spring. Use it to add a pop of color to a dark solid shift dress or dress up a casual t-shirt and jeans outfit.