There is nothing more exciting than a new season of style, and we are definitely ready to shed our faux furs in favour of some lighter, brighter, springtime threads.
There are plenty of trends we are dying to ditch in 2017, so we've never been more eager to get to grips with spring/summer styles.
Unfortunately, our January budgets are still stretched a tad tight, but Penneys has stepped up and is already dolling out doses of fresh, forward-thinking fashion.
Jacket €23, Trousers €16
The high street bargain store has just unveiled its Spring 2017 collection, and some of it is seriously stylish.
We love this oriental style pyjama suit, which we could see Alexa Chung rocking with a pair of block heeled, black boots and a clutch.
Been dreaming of a Self Portrait dress all year but couldn't quite scrape together the funds?
You're in luck, because this white, detailed lace dress could have stepped straight of the high-end run way.
The high Victorian neck keeps this piece firmly in with the high street trends while maintaining an understated designer edge.
Mules are still going strong in the new season.
This Penneys pair are paying homage to one of winter's most popular looks, embroidery.
While we wouldn't be long getting frost bite if we tried to go sans socks in these beauties now, snap them up when they hit stores so your can wear them all summer long.
Jacket €23, Trousers €16
80s style, brightly coloured power suits were showcased on every designer runway, taking inspiration form America's latest presidential election and it's resounding pantsuit obsession.
This pink Penneys style is a softer take on the trend, ideal for weddings and cocktail parties with a structured shirt and clutch or with a slouchy t-shirt and runners for a casual day time look.
Ok, we know we're getting a teeny tiny bit ahead of ourselves, but how divine would this panelled denim jacket look slung over an edgy black dress and boots for festival season?
If you can't wait until that long to wear this panelled piece, pair it with some high waisted trousers and a shirt for a casual work-to-bar look.
Mesh dress €16
Layers of mesh and tulle are one of Spring's biggest catwalk trends, but translating the look into a real life wardrobe can be notoriously tricky.
Luckily, Penneys had created this sheer mesh shift that can be thrown over a shorter dress, t-shirt dress or even black jeans for a deconstructed nod to the tulle trend.
We can already see ourselves emerging from Penneys, multiple bags in hand. See you in the queue!