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April 06, 2013  | by: Taja Whitted

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Spring is tricky. Dressing for spring can be daunting on even the most stylish of people, especially when the unpredictable happens such as a light sunny rain. Though once you master the styling basics, its as easy as 1,2,3.


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The woman to the right is mastering a perfect spring outfit. It utilizes the classic leather jacket, the trendy high-low skirt, and pop-out accessories. Bravo madam.

The Leather Jacket, will never go out of style. It’s way too cool and protects you when its cool outside. The jacket can transform a variety of outfits making the look very edgy. Choosing a brown version works best with blue hues such as denim and her skirt, plus many usually stick to basic black.

Transitioning into this season will be the high-low skirt along with the maxi dress. Taking a break from jeans can be refreshing. The skirt adds an feminine touch to her style. To beat out the chill, layering underneath a pair of tights can add extra dimension to the outfit.

Accessorizing is always my favorite part of getting dressed.  Using crème accessories kept her look light and airy. The bag is perfect for lugging a camera or book, even a blanket to relax in the park. A scarf is perfect for aiding your leather jacket in keeping you warm or can be used as a hair accessory if the weather proves to be too hot.

Winter may not be completely gone but during these warm temps you can look as stylish as you did all year.

What classics do you wear for spring?



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