If you're going into March feeling a little, well, confused, we don't blame you. Here in New York City, the past few weeks have been surprisingly balmy. Today's weather forecast, the first of the month, anticipates a high of 71; on Friday, my iPhone predicts snow. Needless to say, this winter has been quite unseasonable, which means the idea of having different wardrobes for different seasons just isn't practical.
That's why, this month's outfit round-up is dedicated to the little details that can make a major difference — especially when temperatures are changing left and right. A waist belt, a pair of socks, or even the cuffs of your jeans can take a look from winter to spring and back again — a.k.a. what we're expecting to happen all March long. Here's 31 outfits to take you through the seasonal uncertainty.
Waist belts are back. Add one to a dress, a loose-fitting blouse, or even a blazer for extra dimension.
Go collegiate, because why not?
Gucci suit and sunglasses.
Toughen up a floral dress by styling it with moto boots and a dark-colored long-line cardigan or trench.
Think a hoodie can't feel fancy? Try styling it with a colorful pair of trousers, a leopard coat, and some hoops.
& Other Stories top, The Frankie Shop pants, Brandy Melville coat, Eytys shoes, Argento Vivo earrings.
Or, layer it over a silky frock.
Urban Outfitters dress, Champion sweatshirt.
Ease into the Kardashian-approved corset trend by layering it over a sweatshirt with jeans. Casual, but still cool.
ASOS sweatshirt and pants.
A matching set meets a pantsuit, and the result is dizzying (in the best way).
Louis Vuitton bag.
Très Parisienne, non? Mother Denim pants, Sportmax jacket, Christian Louboutin shoes, Maje bag.
The matching set is still going strong. This turtleneck, wide-leg pants combination takes the look to the next-level.
Minimum Fashion top and pants.
Is the anklet the new choker?
Play with proportions by going tighter on top and looser on the bottom.
Jeans and a T-shirt are the perfect outfit foundation. Add some color with a robe coat and some furry slippers.
Checkered trousers are the new It pants. On days you're sick of jeans, try a pair of these.
Rejina Pyo top, Miu Miu pants.
Cuff your jeans
all the way up. WEEKDAY top.
Raincoat, but make it fashion.
Tommy Hilfiger x Gigi Hadid jacket.
For days it's still chilly, try a lighter puffer.
Moncler jacket, Aritzia pants, Chanel bag.
Leave your black booties for colder temps and replace them with something that's shiny and metallic.
Christopher Kane pants, Topshop shoes.
Pajama dressing, just do it.
Elvi Clothing top and pants.
Sequins for daytime? Make it work by styling it down with a crew-neck and some ankle-high socks.
Omondi top, Tory Burch skirt, Chanel shoes.
Wear your favorite going out top in the middle of the day by layering it over a turtleneck and jeans.
Maurie & Eve top, Bimba y Lola pants, Ras shoes, Loewe bag.
Yup, we're still all about the bomber jacket.
Acne Studios jacket, Levi's pants.
A graphic tee and midi skirt will never steer you wrong. How perfectly springtime does this outfit look?
Clio Peppiatt top, ASOS skirt, Moschino sweater, Nike shoes.
If you haven't invested in a solid leather jacket yet, let this outfit convince you it's time.
Paskal dress, Kate Spade New York jacket, Charlotte Olympia Shoes, Gucci belt, Miu Miu sunglasses.
We're going to go out on a limb here and make a very strong case for the return of the polo shirt...
Frame top, Uterque pants, By Malene Birger shoes, Gucci belt, Theodora Warre earrings.
The fall '17 runways have been
all about camo. Embrace the trend now via a parka that goes with basically everything. My Pepita pants, ASOS jacket, River Island shoes.
Spotted: Fishnet socks, our secret styling saving grace.
Sandro Paris jacket, Celine shoes.
Two words: Pink. Pants.
Isa Arfen jacket, Celine shoes.
This isn't so much a styling tip as it is an appreciation post for the power of a really, really good dress.
Natasha Zinko dress, Vetements shoes.
Sick of your jeans? Why not try an embellished pair?
Create the illusion of one long zipper by styling a half-zip under a half-zipped bomber.