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Getting dressed when the weather is absolutely bonkers — hello, freezing rain and balmy sunshine! — presents a very specific style conundrum: How do you dress for two distinct seasons at the same time? Well, we've got a handy cheat sheet made up of 8 inspiring outfits we've snapped on real-life D.C.'ers. Copy these creative getups and you'll be well equipped to navigate whatever the forecast holds. Bring it on, spring!
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Growing up, I was extremely conscious of the fact that my thick legs didn’t resemble the pin-thin limbs of my classmates. “Blessed” with my mother’s genetics, I had muscularly fatty thighs and bulging calves that my ancestors would have been thrilled to own, but I abhorred. Add to that a fleshy stomach that never read
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