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Dressing In February

Dressing in the beginning of the year is always tricky. It's still cold out but stores start getting new Spring product, and your wallet is itching to get yourself new goods. Or maybe that's just me.

Here's how to incorporate some Spring trends into your current Fall wardrobe.

LAYER, LAYER, LAYER
This is a great way to wear the lighter weight pieces and still keep warm. Layer a bright coloured cardigan over a crisp, white shirt. Shirts should have a bit of ruffle, think Victorian-esque. Add a new neutral vintage inspired blazer or a sexy fitted vest.

THINK SKINNY
As in your pants. If you're not ready to go for the full skinny bottom, try something with a straigter cut. You'll be amazed how much this instantly updates your whole look.

PRINTED SKIRTS
Skirts are still big this year. Think big, bold tribal prints that you can still pair with a black turtleneck and boots.

ACCESSORIES
Nothing updates a complete look faster than adding accessories. Get one of the new Spring oversized bags (my pick is this Bottega Veneta bag), or add a multi layered necklace. The look is less chunky than the previous season.

Most importantly, nothing says "Stylish" more than feeling comfortable in your own skin.

Photo Courtsey of Style.com


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