After a long and exhausting winter, the excitement around spring is palpable. Days and nights spent hibernating are behind us and we’re ready to step into warmer weather – and into some new ’fits. That’s right: it’s finally time to put away the puffer and cozy cold-weather gear. But before you bring out last year’s spring threads, you’ll want to get up to date on what’s fresh for 2019.

With the help from our friends at Saks Fifth Avenue, we hit the streets of New York City to capture the spirit of the season and showcase the fire pieces you’ll find at Saks right now. Peep the bombers, blown-out logos, white jeans, prints, and designer kicks, all of which are styles that are solid buys right now. And whether you cop just one or throw a few into your rotation, updating your wardrobe couldn’t be easier.

Scroll down to get a closer look at some of our favorite pieces for spring from Valentino, Fendi, Moncler, Stone Island, Balmain, and Dolce & Gabbana.

Swap out your heavy outerwear for lighter-weight pieces, like this leather moto jacket by Balmain (left) or this nylon, water-resistant jacket by Stone Island (right).

Logos take center stage this spring. Peep the all-over Fendi prints in the water-proof jacket layered over an equally logoed-out short-sleeve button-down shirt (right). For something more concentrated, but just as in your face, check out Balmain’s bomber (left).

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For those who find it impossible to wear anything but black, even in the spring, start with one piece, like this floral-print short-sleeve button-down by Dolce & Gabbana. Throw on a quilted bomber and a pair of chunky kicks and you’re good to go. And if you’re sticking to black, consider mixing your silhouette up, like with some wide-leg trousers by Valentino (above).

For the cooler spring days make a statement with your outerwear. Fendi’s iconic all-over logo print gets a hit of color with yellow piping around the jacket’s hood (above middle). And Dolce & Gabbana adds embroidery to its bomber (bottom right).

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Left: Moncler Right: Dolce & Gabbana
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Be sure to check out or pop into your local Saks store for these spring ‘fits and more.

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Sachin Bhola is a New York City-based editor and writer.