Ah, spring. The season that's not quite cold enough to wear a coat, yet not quite warm enough to wear a tank top. Sounds like a job for...layering!
The vernal equinox is all about piling on clothes, so that you can leisurely peel them off throughout the day as the temperature rises, for an outfit that's constantly changing and keeping your friends guessing. But while the crisp morning air means you don't have to decide between that new lightweight sweater and your tried-and-true vest (you can wear them both!), how exactly does one go about styling multiple outfits rolled into one?
Sometimes all it takes is a little visual direction—so read on, and pick a look that makes your sartorial sensibilities tingle. Next, break the ensemble down from head to toe and copy the look (with your own personal twist, of course!) using pieces in your own closet that match. Next thing you know, you, too, will be wearing a coat over your shoulders.