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No-Brainer Guide To Perfect Spring Style

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    Is this weather crazy or what? One day, it's 65 degrees and sunny. The next, we're subjected to freezing temperatures and frigid winds. Puffer or trench? Tights or bare legs? Are open-toe shoes a bad idea? These are just a few of the questions we mull over each morning when checking the forecast. Because, in the early weeks of spring, anything is possible. But, we're here to make sure dressing for the season isn't quite so guess-and-check.

    So, we're bringing our no-brainer guide to perfect spring style to your closet. Find out how to mix and match new purchases with your wintertime staples so that the unpredictable weather doesn't get the better of you. And, peep a few seasonal ways to wear black clothes without getting too dark. We've got plenty of pastel looks to try, too. Whatever your flavor, don't sweat the fashion stuff: Click ahead to check out 20 inspirational outfits for your real-girl lifestyle. And, consider your transitional-dressing woes solved.

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