I’m a big fan of British comedies. One of my favourites is Keeping Up Appearances and, after years spent watching and re-watching the episodes, some of the best lines have become part of our at-home dialect, like Onslow’s immortal words, “You don’t have to go all to pieces just because it’s a beautiful day!” I hear that sentence often on sunny Saturday mornings – I’m afraid I do have a tendency to go all to pieces just because it’s a beautiful day. When the sun finally comes out after a long winter, all I want is to be out in it – even if spring temperatures haven’t come along with the sun. For me, transitioning my wardrobe has a lot more to do with colours than anything else… as soon as I know I won’t look like a complete lunatic, I’m out in bare legs, temperature be damned. This week, the FASHION Canada Style Panel discusses how to transition your wardrobe for spring – just a hint, my tips mainly involve clinging to your dark-coloured clothes for as long as possible!