Styling from Winter to Spring

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A good pair of trouser pants are a statement in themselves. I know that bright colors have been the trend these days, but color isn’t always for everyone, and in that case, I adore this navy pair. To steer away from the typical white button-down, I decided to go with this floral option which is a tad bit feminine and a little less structured. The petite yet bold tangerine studs pull out the pastel colors in the top. Polish off the spring look with classic nude heels, and the feminine and sophisticated outfit comes together!

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The plaid shirt should be a staple in every Evergirl’s wardrobe by now. Not only is this piece incredibly versatile but it works from season to season. I decided to update my plaid shirt in some pretty pastels and pair it with dark denim that can be cuffed for warmer weather. If necessary, I love the idea of layering with a cozy knit and a feminine necklace. There is something about wearing multiple layers that makes your look more complete without actually feeling like you put much thought into your outfit. To dress up this look, I loved these Madewell Sidewalk Skimmers in a fun polka dot print to clash with the plaid. But keep in mind, this type of clashing is ever so stylish!

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Erratic spring weather is a force to be reckoned with, which is why I love the idea of continuing the wear of this cheery yellow coat into warmer (and cooler) days ahead. I chose the always versatile shift dress because it’s universally flattering, and what girl doesn’t feel pretty in a little dress? The bright poppy hue paired with the coat perfectly exemplifies the color-blocking trend I used in the ice-skating look. Because the shift dress has a high neckline, I love the idea of adding a big statement necklace to add a bit of glam to this simple silhouette. I added some feminine slingback heels and a color-block clutch to complete the look. It’s amazing how a few pieces that pack a punch create an effortlessly styled yet dramatic look.

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