31 Perfect Looks To Copy This March

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Normally we'd bet our favorite pair of mules that March weather will be all parts winter. But considering how absurdly warm (not that we're complaining) temperatures have been lately, we're hoping that Punxsutawney Phil was right in predicting an early spring.

Will we miss our technicolor faux furs and cheeky cold-weather accessories? Absolutely. But would we trade them in for shoes that don't cover our toes, and approximately three fewer layers than January and February tend to require? In a heartbeat. That's why we're thinking warm thoughts this month, and we've got the outfits to match. The 31 looks ahead cater to whatever degrees get thrown our way, to make sure March is just the beginning of an undeniably stylish spring to come.
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For days when you can't quite go bare, make a statement with a shoes-socks combination that doesn't seem like it should match, but totally does.

H&M skirt, vintage Dior coat, Shourouk Rhaiem bag, Happy Socks socks, SJP Collection shoes.
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If you've found yourself wearing a turtleneck-trousers variation on the regular, it's time to switch things up. Bring the focus to your feet by grabbing a pair of statement heels, or swap your worn-out winter coat for a more structured longline blazer. Or, in this case, do both.

J. Crew turtleneck, Maison Martin Margiela jacket, No. 21 shoes, Olympia Le Tan bag.
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Break out a flowy summer frock a few months early by layering it over a turtleneck and under a leather jacket.

Mango dress.
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Half-zips are the latest in sportswear pieces made popular by athleisure — dress it up with flared pants, a contrasting coat, and cool (but still comfortable) kicks.

2nd Day coat.
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Not ready to send that extra-cozy chunky knit to the back of your closet just yet? Pair it with a midi-skirt in place of wool trousers or boyfriend jeans to make it more seasonally appropriate.

Need Supply sweater, RtA Brand skirt, Givenchy shoes, Rag + Bone bag, Ray-Ban sunglasses.
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You can't go wrong with a white tee and jeans — but you can jazz it up by adding an additional piece, like a silky pink bomber, to the mix.

Mango T-shirt and jacket, Topshop jeans, ASOS shoes.
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Warmer weather isn't just the perfect time to show some skin, it's also the ideal moment to wear as many colors as possible — at the same time.

Marco de Vincenzo dress, jacket, and shoes; Polly T bag; KYME sunglasses.
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Monochrome can be a pretty advanced style move, but it's so much easier when the look's comprised of pieces you wear practically every day, as Ciara shows us. Piece together slim-fit denim, a longline peacoat, and canvas kicks in a nearly identical tone for a highly impressive combination.
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That maxi-dress you typically reserve for summer looks great with that camel coat you've been wearing all winter long. Who knew?

Tory Burch dress, Sandro Paris jacket, Bulgari bag.
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Sometimes, the simplest of items can come together for one killer outfit. Take this look, for example, which turns a ruffled frock and oversized denim jacket into the perfect sartorial duo.
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The more frayed your hem, the better.

10x10 AnItalianTheory shirt, Zara pants, Diesel Black & Gold jacket, Stella McCartney Bag.
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If you're gonna go all-black, might as well get edgy with a quirky band tee and leather jacket.

Balenciaga top, R13 pants, Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh jacket.
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The best outfits are always secretly comfortable and low-maintenance, even when they look anything but. A patterned jumpsuit is made evening-ready with an oversized jacket and platform shoes.

Freya Dalsjø jumpsuit, Kopenhagen Fur coat, Monies necklace, Fendi glasses.
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The next footwear trend we're getting behind? Ballet flats that actually resemble ballet slippers.

Miu Miu shoes, Hermes bag.
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Get personal with D.I.Y. denim. A tricked out jean jacket (personalized with patches and pins) will make a piece everyone has feel more you.

ASOS jacket.
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Break up a Canadian tuxedo by adding an additional pattern or texture (like stripes and glitter) to the mix.

Atea Oceanie shirt, RE/DONE pants, Miu Miu shoes.
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Last year's front-button skirt gets a grown-up makeover in this front-tie suede number.

Acne Studios jacket, Alexander Wang shoes.
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Revive that metallic shirt you wore on New Year's Eve by pairing it with some less-holiday-esque items, like jeans and clogs.

Chanel bag.
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Yes, the culotte trend is still going strong. A denim pair is the perfect way to ease yourself into the style come spring.

Dries van Noten pants, Katya Komarova bag, Mansi Shah socks, Paul Andrew shoes.
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Try your hand at wearing a robe as a thin-layer jacket this month.

Uterque top, Olivia von Halle robe, Gucci shoes.
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Casual Fridays were made for loose cropped trousers, a coat draped over your shoulders, and white sneakers.

Alexander McQueen shoes, Gucci bag.
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Calling all matching set fanatics: Consider a top and pants in the same shade, rather than your typical floral or patterned style.

Clara Martin top and pants, Hilde bag.
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Going monochromatic doesn't necessarily mean wearing all-black (or any other neutral hue). Multiple shades of a bold color, like a bright red, works just as well (if not better).

Fendi jacket and bag, Louis Vuitton shoes.
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Add a bandana to whatever sweatshirt-jeans combo you typically wear on the weekends. Your Saturday uniform just got a whole lot cooler.

Ganni top, Don't Cry pants, Same Swim bandana.
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Even with so much denim in your wardrobe, a long-sleeved minidress can feel fresh and unexpected.

H&M dress, Louis Vuitton bag.
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Brighten things up with all-blue everything.

Nike top, Current Elliott pants, J. Mendel coat, Dior shoes, Louis Vuitton bag.
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You probably have a black leather jacket and wool coat in your arsenal, but do you have a black utilitarian trench?

Universal Standard dress, AYR jacket, Saint Laurent shoes, Gucci bag.
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Winter isn't the only season for statement coats.

Fendi coat.
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Remember those denim styles we told you were about to be everywhere?

Desigual top, Jucca pants, Steve Madden shoes, Corsoundici bag.
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Forget matching your shoes to your bag. Instead, try matching your shoes to your coat.

A D E R coat, M.i.h Jeans pants, 2nd Day shoes, Celine sunglasses.
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A teddy coat comes in handy on chillier days, letting you keep the rest of your look super simple.

Tommy Hilfiger pants, Marimekko jacket, Tods bag, Yvonne Koné gloves.