Spring sunshine triggers the removal of layers, layers that can feel like a uniform we’re forced to wear, in the endless winter months.

Nothing feels as good as finding new threads to reveal a new you after a long hibernation. We’ve scoured our clothing shops to bring you some seasonal selections to seek out for your spring wardrobe.

Jaw-dropping pieces from Camilla on Piper, Kyneton.
You’ll swoon over Camilla’s contemporary spring collections. From stunning staples to jaw-dropping pieces. Head turning outfits like this, from Cooper by Trelise Cooper. 


Cotton cashmere comfort from Creswick Woollen Mills, Creswick.
The perfect blend of natural fibres, providing comfort and warmth like no other. Expect timeless colours and quality you can rely on for years and classic style that will take you from one season to the next. 


Brands happening now from Corner Store Merchants, Castlemaine.
Prints, colours and comfort are all the rage at Corner Store Merchants. Their spring collection showcases what’s happening now with brands from Melbourne and local artists. This outfit is a combo of Nancybird, Tara Whalley, Tightology and ChampCo brands. 


Spring bliss from Gigi Preloved Boutique, Amazing Mill Market Daylesford.
Go in search of ethical, vintage and pre-owned designer clothing at Gigi Preloved boutique.  Clothing for men, women, and children, in all shapes and sizes.  Now is the time to start your search before everyone has the same idea.  


Bright and lively prints from Portal 108, Hepburn Springs.
In complete contrast, Portal 108 are bringing you fun prints in lots of colours.  Something you cannot have enough of, coming out of dreary winter days. 


Quality and comfort from Anchor Place, Amazing Mill Market Daylesford.
Relive spring from another era.  Stop by Anchor Place to find vintage and retro items – jazz up your wardrobe with hats, jackets and sneakers. 


Luxe layers from Frankie and Mae, Trentham.
Frankie and Mae is known for easy to wear pieces, and this Uimi Kimono is a fine example. Crafted from natural fibres, this striking scallop design will be a fresh spring statement. 


Super stretchy jeans from Buster McGee, Daylesford.
And finally, one for the gents.  Alex, owner of Buster McGee, has un-officially nick-named these jeans, from Le Temps des Cerises, the ‘COVID jeans’.  You’ll be thrilled to know the advice is to move down one size due to the stretch. 


About the author

Narenna Bloomfield

Narenna is a country girl at heart, growing up on a dairy farm north of Bendigo. Now living in Kyneton, (her husband’s hometown) she is a busy mum of three littlies. She loves gardening, baking, photography and getting out and about in the area. A favourite day in the region would be a weekly shop at a farmers’ market, meandering through an open garden and finishing with a dinner in one of the acclaimed restaurants along Piper Street, Kyneton.