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It's almost like a beautiful building by a modern architect: the sharp lines of this ensemble are just so good.

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With no more bulky coats obstructing people's views, it's time to let all those graphic prints and patterns shine.

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When it's no longer cold enough to layer for a pulled-together effect, choose a sweater that's perfectly slouchy, polished or printed enough to stand on its own.

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Soft pastels + tough, moto-inspired pieces = a pairing that feels so fresh. 

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White heels are the shoe of the season.

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Commiting to one color head-to-toe makes it feel sort of subversive and stylized—even it's soft, blush pink.

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Little socks like these give an outfit instant Alexa Chung-y charm. 

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Pick pieces that have sheer paneling in unexpected places.

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Trumpet hems feel flirty yet sorta modern too.

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Slim white denim feels so Carolyn-Bessette-Kennedy-polished.

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Looks that are monochrome but work in different textures and patterns—denim, stripes, Aztec print—are sort of the best.

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Spring is cheery! So, you know, wear headbands.

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Don't let that black, go-to trench dampen the mood of a springy little dress like this one. It's time to reach for a crisp, clean white one instead.

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A shock of color can add just the right amount of energy to an outfit. (Plus, scarves are pretty essential for easy in-between-weather layering.)

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Shredded sweaters lend an ensemble some California-cool-girl swagger.

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Denim on denim is great for all seasons, but for some reason, we particularly love it in spring.

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Lightweight, printed trenches are the best way to look pulled-together all season long...without having to worry much about what's underneath.

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Yay for shoes in warm-weather colors and fabrics we couldn't wear in winter for fear of snow! (Hello, suede.)

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It is music festival season, after all. Invest in a rugged-look poncho ideal for those outdoor concerts (and cozy weekend getaways).

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This outfit is pretty simple, but man, we just love the ladylike-ness and the proportions.

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Silky scarf-print pieces can be a little too thin for chilly winter temps. But wear them with a blazer or sweater on top for spring, and they're just perfect.

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Snakeskin was all over the spring runways (Erdem, Proenza Schouler), so we're expecting to see it in tons of sidewalk looks, too.

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Daylight Saving Time means more opportunites to wear adorable sunglasses like this.

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Invest in a spring trench that's a total showstopper. You'll never regret it.

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Perk up a work look just a little (not too much) with a brightly colored tank.

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Picking one piece with unusual proportions (like an extra-long, fringy, blanket-y scarf) might be the easiest way to make an outfit eye-catching.

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Black and cobalt is one of our favorite color pairings ever.

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Nipped-waist dresses with calf-length hems feel so very La Dolce Vita glamorous. We're major fans.

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Color-on-color can work so well when you keep the shapes simple and streamlined.

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Well, how very Marc Jacobs of her.

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