It's that time of year again: our outfits are begging for an upgrade, but it's not quite time to fully jump into all of those warm-weather trends we're so excited to try. Come mid-February, even though snow flurries are still in the forecast, we are certainly in desperate need of a way to reflect that much-anticipated warmer weather in our outfit choices while—well—staying warm.
To infuse new life into your, perhaps, now-tired, winter wardrobe, look to the chic street-style stars below for inspiration. With subtle color, layering tricks, and new ways to wear old favorites, we have you covered until springtime truly arrives!
Choose a red—something. It could be a chunky knit sweater, shoes, both! The color will instantly lift your mid-winter spirits.
Style a sleeveless coat for transitional weather. Layer it over a heavier coat or jacket, or choose to wear it alone on milder days.
Layer a T-shirt or bodysuit underneath your party dress. It not only adds a little bit of insulation to winterize spring favorites, but it adds a fun textural dimension to your outfit as well.
Choose jeans with an unexpected detail. It could be a sailor-style button front, cropped flare, or unfinished hem. Find that one thing that takes your denim game to the next level this winter.
Keep rocking those mini skirts, just choose the silhouette in winter-friendly fabrics, like leather, heavy wool, or suede.
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Mix and match textures in similar hues. With a black-and-gray base, almost anything goes: pair herringbone pants with tweed coat, a houndstooth skirt with a marled knit—it's time to have fun with the patterns of winter!
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Swap out your neutral sweater for a pretty pastel knit. Simple and understated, it's the easiest way to add life to your winter look.