Updated: Apr 26, 2020
Spring is a season full of great transitional periods. Fashion month has ended, fashion retailers are preparing for market week, and college seniors are getting ready to graduate. Nu View, however, has spent the whole year transitioning from lifestyle to exclusively fashion. It is tedious yet gradual in a way that's similar to an individual's experience of switching from one fashion aesthetic to another. If you had an emo phase in high school, you understand.
People revamp their closet all the time, but spring gets a unique kind of attention when it comes to transitioning seasons. We believe that the start of spring births creative thinking, which begs the question: how do we incorporate the greatness of these new trends into our wardrobe? The transition from winter to spring clothes shouldn't be stressful, it should be fun and experimental even on a budget. That is why we are calling March "The Great In-between." March starts while its still winter and ends in Spring. The is no definitive holiday like New Year's and Valentine's day to fall back on in March. So this is the best time to take your style to the next level. Make this month about taking up space. Advocate for all kinds of women during international women month through unique graphic tees during your city's march on the 8th. Use this transitional period and make it worth defining.
Don and Sofia