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Fashion transition into spring

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The time between the end of winter and full-on spring is a tough transition for the fashion conscious. 

Fashion expert Lindsay Brooke Weiss and several models showed viewers tricks to move gracefully between changing temperatures and weather conditions.

1) SHORTS

   -Wear it Now:  Pair with black tights, boots and a comfy sweater right now

    Wear it in Spring:

    Rock your shorts with no tights, pairing with soft, airy pieces in pastels like peach and mint

    Sequin shorts: $99.99

    Chiffon top:  $69.99  Pastel blazer: $129.99

    Statement necklace: $9.99 Sequin shorts: $99.99 All from Burlington Coat Factory,

    Aerosoles Bronze Age wedges in Gold Faux Snake - $79.00  www.aerosoles.com 

 2) BUTTON DOWN 

   Wear it Now:  Pair it with a button-down cardigan, jeans & boots

   Wear it in Spring:  

   Green is a neutral that pairs perfectly with spring's hottest color for guys: lilac.

   Lands' End Banded Polo Shirt - $39.00

    Men's Cargo Pant 628 Straight in Vintage Olive - $39.99

3) BOOTIES 

   Wear it Now: Funky booties are a must-have for winter straight into Spring. 

   Wear it in Spring: 

   As the temperature heats up pair your booties with a bold, jewel tone dress!

   Julia Jordan Dress: $175 www.zarapparelgroup.com

   Boden booties: $168 www.bodenusa.comKmart

   Necklace: $14.99 www.kmart.com

4) WINTER WHITE SKINNY JEANS

    Wear it Now wearing  with cashmere or wool and pair with suede or leather boots 

    Wear it in Spring: 

    Come Spring wear the same white skinny jeans with pops of color a& florals

    top: $69 www.piperlime.com(pair it with a collared sleeveless shirt under it for dimension)

    White skinny jeans from Old Navy: $34.50

    Aerosoles Resbect in Purple Nubuck - $69 

 

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