Even the most creative style mavens need a little help breaking out of a sartorial rut at this stage of the season. Whether you’d rather burn that overcoat than wear it again, or are itching to test out spring’s newest trends, these 31 looks are sure to encourage a fresh approach to your closet.
Dress up a vintage tee and jeans with a tailored trench.
Opt for unexpected color combinations like cobalt and rose.
Add ladylike flair with a pussybow blouse.
Start wearing your spring dresses by layering them over jeans.
The addition of a little grosgrain ribbon can elevate a boring button-up shirt.
Take your loungewear out for a spin.
Pair a printed dress with a bold coat for a head-turning ensemble.
Treat shimmer as an afterthought by piling on the layers.
Team a boring tee and skinnies with a patchwork-print faux fur jacket.
Trade your black bag for a polished navy style instead.
Belt an evening dress and top with a military jacket for a fun daytime ensemble.
Add glamour to black, white and camel separates with luxe gold extras.
Go ahead and wear your statement jacket, printed neckscarf and patchwork jeans at the same time (or try your own version of more-is-more dressing).
Whether you skew ladylike, polished, playful or tomboy, there is an outfit here for you.
Temper the loudest print in your closet with neutral separates.
Layer a striped cardigan under an oversized jacket for extra flair.
Try wearing a midi skirt over skinny jeans and boots. Bonus points if you're daring enough to unzip it to your hip.
Get mileage out of your velvet staples before it's too late.
Embrace stripes of all forms, they're a big trend for Spring 2016.
Accentuate paper-bag trousers with an artfully tied belt.
Slip dressing isn't going anywhere. Opt for a vibrant color to stand out from the crowd.
Elevate a sports sweater with a skinny scarf and clutch.
Channel Annie Hall with a menswear-inspired suit.
Reflective metallics are where it's at.
Proof you can wear your hoodie beyond the gym.
Belt an animal-print coat for an instant dose of insouciant cool.
Black and white dressing—in any iteration—makes a serious statement.
Yes, you can wear sneakers with anything.
Pair a lightweight dress with chunky socks and a felt coat for a weather-appropriate ensemble.
When in doubt, reach for your statement coat.