Transition your closet from winter to spring
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Spring Forward1 of 11
By Zoe Jones
The official start of spring may still be a few weeks away, but who wants to wait that long to start wearing the new warm weather trends? With a little inspiration from the runway, we've come up with ten clever and stylish ways to get next season's looks today.
Sheer Genius2 of 11
A lace cami in a warm pastel tone lets you rock the sheer look without going too bare.
SHOP NOW: Topshop blouse, $72
SHOP NOW: Miss Selfridge cami, $49
White Hot3 of 11
Team a summery white sundress with a tailored blazer for a sharp monochrome look that works even in winter.
SHOP NOW: Dolce Vita dress,$250
SHOP NOW: Zara blazer, $90
Flower Power4 of 11
These graphic pumps keep the floral trend contemporary, while lace tights complement the pattern and keep your legs covered.
SHOP NOW: Loft shoes, $80
SHOP NOW: Gap tights, $13
Holding Pattern5 of 11
Dying to wear your new graphic print sundress? Ditch your old cardigans and try layering with a thin blouse. Roll the sleeves up to keep the look soft.
SHOP NOW: Dorothy Perkins dress, $49
SHOP NOW: Etoile Isabel Marant blouse, $185
Tunic Time6 of 11
Replacing tired tights and leggings with bold tapered trousers gives your spring tunic a fresh and flattering silhouette.
SHOP NOW: MM6 tunic, $375
SHOP NOW: Dorothy Perkins trousers, $44
For the Frill of It7 of 11
This enchantingly feminine ruffle blouse becomes cool-weather-wearable when you add a leather vest.
SHOP NOW: ASOS blouse, $65
SHOP NOW: Topshop jacket, $84
Cut It Out8 of 11
If chilly temps have prevented you from wearing your new cutout maxi, a lace or mesh bodysuit can act as a second skin—and display your fashion savvy.
SHOP NOW: Rachel Pally dress, $233
SHOP NOW: Topshop bodysuit, $60
Divine Design9 of 11
A cropped sweater keeps you warm, while still letting you show off the gorgeous details of your new Orient-inspired blouse.
SHOP NOW: River Island blouse, $80
SHOP NOW: Organic by John Patrick sweater, $240
Short Story10 of 11
Try long shorts and knee socks paired with a flat loafer for a preppy-chic vibe—just be sure to keep your top half feminine to avoid looking like a British schoolboy.
SHOP NOW: Acne shorts, $290
SHOP NOW: Antipast socks, $42
Boot Up11 of 11
The cropped trouser will look great this spring with sandals post-pedicure, but for now keep feet warm and snug in these go-anywhere wedge booties.
SHOP NOW: Joseph pants, $305
SHOP NOW: Zara booties, $99.90
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