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Together, the tweed and leather look deceptively luxe.

Your favorite denim jacket, all done up in Easter-appropriate mint green.

The palette's ultra-minimalist, while the waterfall draping at the front adds sculptural sophistication. Try swapping out the closure with different belts of your own.
The leather-sleeved denim jacket is, without a doubt, this year's must-have topper.
Have your very own Drive moment—scorpion appliqué optional.
How tweed it is...
We love this casual, painterly take on spring's bold stripes trend.
The peachy color palette is so very Chloé—minus the hefty price tag of Parisian ready-to-wear.
Layer it over your favorite chambray button-up to really emphasize that rustic Navajo pattern.
Camouflage: the wear-with-everything spring trend that just won't quit.
Quilted stitching adds major dimension to a classic motorcycle silhouette.
A parka you can pack up? Perfect!
Like something Samantha Parkington, the coolest of all the American Girl dolls, would've worn. With a matching fur muff, obviously.
Although this starry stunner's especially appropriate for the Fourth of July, there's no reason you can't start wearing it right now.
There's always a silver lining.
It's no surprise that Lauren Conrad, queen of all things feminine and flirty, knows how to design a stellar floral blazer.
Taylor Swift knows the power of a well-cut red statement piece. Do you?
Delightfully Downton Abbey-esque.
A little something color-blocked you can wear around the clock.
Sure, that's a lot of studs—but since they're tone-on-tone black, they won't overpower your look.
Half combat-ready, half classic Coco.
Whatever you prefer to call it, oxblood's a trend you can wear well into warmer weather.
You truly can't go wrong with a classic trench. This will look just as good over boyfriend jeans as is will atop your favorite LBD.
Who could resist a macaron-hued moto jacket?
We've spotted ultra-slimming side panels like these on Jason Wu and Rag & Bone's recent runways. Can you believe this version of the look will only set you back $35?
Narciso's the original master of minimalist, bold color-blocking.
An ideal utilitarian staple, even if you haven't exactly been working on the railroad all the livelong day.
The cropped length mean this one will work over even the most high-waisted skirts.
The strategically-placed zipper will instantly slim your waist, while the bright teal color is right on for spring.
Couldn't you so picture Rihanna wearing this one?
Pair it with wide-legged white trousers for a striking monochromatic look, or with second-skin leather leggings for something more downtown-friendly.
The classic bomber gets an op-art makeover.
Army green's gonna be huge come fall. Why not get a jump start on the trend now?
Add a dash of Dynasty to your humdrum jeans-and-tee ensemble.
That neon contrast trim makes this so much more than your everyday moto.
More refreshing than a tall glass of limeade—if not quite as cheap a thrill.
Pair this hunter-colored lace number with metallics for major textural intrigue.
A subtle, versatile pattern for those hesitant to tackle the digital print trend head-on.
We still can't get enough paisley, particularly when it's this affordable.
Red and black's one of the boldest color combos out there, but this jacket's athletic silhouette makes wearing the pairing a cinch.
The quietest, easiest-to-wear polka dots we've ever, ahem, spotted.
The classic collarless cardigan, reworked as the season's quiltiest pleasure.
Foiled again!
Lavender's the undisputed color of the season, and looks particularly pretty paired with other pastels like pink and pale yellow.
This sporty, boldly contrasting option could have come straight out of a Proenza Schouler collection.
Go ahead, have your own Courtney Love moment.
Houndstooth is one of the easiest patterns to mix and match, and looks especially sharp covering menswear-style outerwear.
With or without a letterman-style appliquéd initial, this collegiate-style jacket earns high marks from us.