Yes, You Can Wear Your Favorite Spring Dress In The Winter — Here’s How

It’s all in the layering.

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An easy way to expand your cold weather wardrobe? Learn how to wear a spring dress in the winter. Ahead, TZR has gathered 11 street style-tested (and approved) combinations to try.

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Obsessed with the sheer dress trend? You can totally incorporate the see-through garment into your winter outfits, too. For one, try pairing it with a floor-sweeping coat, thigh-skimming boots, and a pair of leather gloves.Edward Berthelot/Getty Images
If you’re partial to a soft pastel number, top the style off with a beige tailored coat. For shoes, something like optic white boots will round out the color scheme beautifully.Edward Berthelot/Getty Images
Go bold and mix your vibrantly patterned shift with a clashing coat for an overtly maximalist OOTD.Christian Vierig/Getty Images
When temperatures are at their lowest, you need your trusty puffer to protect against extreme weather conditions. Luckily, brightly hued jackets work particularly well with spring dresses — namely, the bodycon, abstract print variety.Edward Berthelot/Getty Images
A fluffy statement coat is always a winning idea, especially during chillier months. Throw one atop a lacy, cream slip and you have yourself a combo that’s minimalist in color yet dramatic in its textures and proportions.Edward Berthelot/Getty Images
Ah, Regencycore! Lean heavily into the trend’s romantic vibe by layering a pastel-hued sweater underneath your favorite floaty gown. (The knit in this look gets bonus style points for its puffy balloon sleeves.)Christian Vierig/Getty Images
If one of your style resolutions for 2023 is to step outside your sartorial comfort zone, try mixing a few attention-grabbing colors and textures together. Rest assured, said finished product will stand out in a crowd.Edward Berthelot/Getty Images
A gauzy red maxi, like the one pictured here, makes for a head-turning moment on its own. However, you can further amplify its sartorial impact with a matching shearling vest (boxy is best) and a pair of platform boots.Christian Vierig/Getty Images
For those who live in more moderate climates, there’s no need to pile on bulky pieces, even in the dead of winter. Instead, try layering a cropped blazer over your frilly spring dress for a polished, elegant look.Christian Vierig/Getty Images
For a no-fuss outfit option, pop a longline leather trench atop your flowing, springtime-apropos midi. Next, complete the look with a pair of matching slouchy boots and off you go!Edward Berthelot/Getty Images
Fact: A long candy-stripe design feels so fun and optimistic when the forecast is dreary. Team it with an oversized varsity jacket, then add a pair of chunky loafers, socks, and a hat to round out the weather-appropriate outfit.Christian Vierig/Getty Images

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