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It's official: Spring has finally sprung! And with it comes a whole new crop of trends to try without the need to throw a parka on top (score). Here are 31 fabulous and fun style ideas to inspire you and keep you looking perfectly chic all month long. Now, if you need us, we'll be sipping rosé on a rooftop in the sun.

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Trade Your Black Moto for a Metallic Anorak

A sporty windbreaker will give you just as much protection from the elements, but a vibrant gold shine certainly feels more spring-ready than matte black.

Get the look: Under Armour jacket ($128); Saint James T-shirt ($79); Lafayette 148 New York pants ($298); Nike sneakers ($100)

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Give a Bright Sweater Dress a Go

All we want to wear are breezy, gauzy dresses, but it's not summer just yet. Opt for a cheery knit midi instead for a similar effect without suffering freezing cold legs.

Get the look: PAPER London sweater dress ($270); Les Jeunes Etoiles bag ($290); Louise et Cie sandals ($100)

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Use Color to Offset Heavier Knits

You want to embrace the change of seasons head-on, but you still find yourself shivering if you leave the house in just a T-shirt. Try pairing a warm sweater with pants or a skirt in a classic spring shade, like daffodil yellow or delicate lilac.

Get the look: Le Specs sunglasses ($59); J.Crew sweater ($130); Express pants ($70)

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Hop on the Boiler Suit Craze

The one-piece wonder is majorly trending, but how do you rock one without looking like you work at a car wash? Choose a bold print and you'll be good to go.

Get the look: Marks and Spencer jumpsuit ($103); Figue sandals ($295)

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Use Small Pops of Color to Add Interest

The easiest way to take a simple two-tone outfit to the next level? With a bright and cheery scarf. Tie one around your neck like a bandanna or around your head as a headband to add interest.

Get the look: ASOS headband ($10); Donna Karen New York jacket ($125); L'Academie dress ($228); Keds sneakers ($45)

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Wear a Workout Shirt to Work

Zip a sweat-wicking pullover up all the way and tuck it into a pair of tailored trousers. Suddenly your go-to running top is ready for a day at the office.

Get the look: New Balance top ($70); Rokh pants ($541); Chinese Laundry sandals ($60)

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Replace Your Jacket with a Grandpa Sweater

Cozier than a trench coat and infinitely more fun.

Get the look: N 21 sweater ($875); Trina Turk pants ($268); Jessica Simpson heels ($48)

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Wear Your Robe Out on the Town

Full disclosure: This only works for robes that can moonlight (daylight?) as flowy kimonos, like Coterie member Grace Atwood's textured silk version. Leave the terry-cloth versions at home.

Get the look: Saint Holiday robe ($488); Universal Standard T-shirt ($50); Good American jeans ($159); Parisa Wang bag ($295); Soludos shoes ($155)

Give Your Blue Jeans a Break

Try a pair of pink skinny-leg pants instead, like Lillian Babaian. They're just as versatile but infinitely more fun.

Get the look: J.Jill sweater ($45); IRO pants ($272); Salar bag ($385); Sam Edelman heels ($140)

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Give Shape to a Tent Dress with a Fanny Pack

Tent dresses are a dream once the temperatures and humidity start to rise, but sometimes we want to add more definition to an otherwise baggy silhouette. Swap your usual belt for a belt bag to achieve the same effect with a much trendier vibe.

Get the look: Rhode dress ($395); Madewell belt bag ($68); Villa Rouge slides ($128)

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Opt for Colorful Leather Over Basic Black

A green, pink or baby-blue leather jacket keeps you just as warm as a classic black moto but feels much springier.

Get the look: Prada jacket ($3,400); Free People dress ($168); Simon Miller bag ($590); Lauren Lorraine heels ($90)

Break Out the Gingham

It is the official season for picnics, after all.

Get the look: Old Navy cardigan ($35); Old Navy pants ($30); Sunday/Monday scarf ($40); Miuco bag ($70); Calvin Klein heels ($89)

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Sport a Gauzy Tunic Over Skinny Jeans

Let a crisp pair of jeans, heels and a chic clutch to take your beach cover-up from the pool to dinner.

Get the look: Free People tunic ($174); Parker Smith jeans ($158); Dagne Dover clutch ($125); Sam Edelman heels ($120)

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Break Out the Neon

We saw pops of impossibly vivid hues all winter long. Now that the days are brighter, your wardrobe should be, too. Pro tip: Keep your accessories minimal and neutral in color to avoid overdoing it.

Get the look: Stradivarius sweater ($48); Marimekko dress ($425); Luca Lane booties ($63)

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Try a Pair of Paper-Bag Pants

This fun waist detail is a true triple threat: Professional, trendy and figure-flattering.

Get the look: Veronica Beard blouse ($295); Topshop pants ($55); Boden heels ($150)

Make Your Accessories Pull Double Duty

A chic wide-brimmed hat like Babba Canales's offers major sun protection.

Get the look: Lola Hats hat ($163); Krewe sunglasses ($275); Parker romper ($324); ASOS socks ($6); APL sneakers ($140)

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Show Some Skin, But Just a Little

A maxi-length dress is the perfect way to counterbalance an off-the-shoulder neckline.

Get the look: Lane Bryant dress ($100); Topshop sandals ($32)

Give Your Go-To Work Ensemble a Pastel Upgrade

Spring-ify your workwear like Coterie member Olivia Jeanette by trading your old-school gray trousers for a fresh pistachio-hued pair instead.

Get the look: Topshop blazer ($125) and pants ($90); Express bodysuit ($40); Lele Sadoughi headband ($150); Botkier bag ($298); Marc Fisher LTD. heels ($160)

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Combine Sporty Touches with a Femme Skirt

What's the best way to keep a full midi skirt from looking too ladylike, you ask? Why, with a bright athletic vest, gym-ready sneakers and a sleek white turtleneck, of course!

Get the look: L.L.Bean turtleneck ($23); Craghoppers vest ($70); ASTR the Label skirt ($98); Marc Jacobs bag ($395); Nike sneakers ($150)

Temporarily Embellish Your Jean Jacket

Take inspiration from Coterie member Aysha Sow and go pin-crazy. Add as many brooches, pins and clip-ons to a classic denim jacket as you'd like. Then, when you tire of the look, simply take them off and start anew. Genius.

Get the look: Jennifer Behr headband ($198); Madewell jacket ($118); Uniqlo T-shirt ($15); Skinnydip London pins ($8-$10 each); Rifle Paper Co. pins ($8); Band.Do pins ($6-$15 each)

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Take Style Inspiration from Your Dad

Dad-fashion is trending, we kid you not, and chunky kicks and pleated khakis are two of our favorite ways to sartorially honor your pops.

Get the look: Everlane top ($98); Treasure & Bond belt ($49); Something Navy pants ($89); Under Armour sneakers ($120)

Use Accessories to Upgrade a Simple Look

Super-cool accessories, like a caged-wood bag, oversize jewelry and colorful, textured mules can make even the most simple outfit look on point. Crushing it, Monroe Steele.

Get the look: Prince Peter T-shirt ($45); LOFT pants ($70); Mango bracelets ($40 for pack of four); ModCloth bag ($59); Loeffler Randall heels ($395)

Wear Vertical and Horizontal Stripes

The more the merrier, right Katie Sturino?

Get the look: Tory Sport top ($198) and skirt ($248); Keds sneakers ($40)

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Slip a Puffy-Sleeve Blouse On Under a Minidress

Turn your go-to party frock into an office-appropriate ensemble with this easy layering trick.

Get the look: Joie blouse ($137); Lilly Pulitzer dress ($158); Chinese Laundry boots ($160)

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Mix Boyish Jeans and an Uber-Feminine Top

Proof that opposites attract and actually look damn good together.

Get the look: Stella McCartney top ($578); PacSun jeans ($38); Report mules ($70)

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Carry a Mini Beach Bag

You might not know when you'll *finally* have the opportunity to dip your toes in the sea, but you know for sure you can rock this vacation-ready accessory as soon as tomorrow.

Get the look: LA Made dress ($66); Kayu bag ($135); Teva sandals ($70)

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Wear a Crochet Dress to Brunch

Not just for pool cover-ups anymore! Add a structured blazer, strappy heels and a sleek low bun to transform the summer staple.

Get the look: Banana Republic blazer ($149); Theory dress ($278); Nina Shoes heels ($79)

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Show Off Those Stems

Now this is how you wear shorts like an adult. Crisp white booties and a neat striped sweater are the perfect complements to a pair of great fitting shorts.

Get the look: Rose Carmine sweater ($200); Joie shorts ($178); 3.1 Phillip Lim boots ($247)

Wear a Crop Top Like an Adult

Take note from Coterie member Caroline Juen and pair a cropped blouse with a pair of high-waisted pants for a look that's as cute as it is lazy easy.

Get the look: Enze Apparel top ($350); AGOLDE jeans ($168); GiGi New York bag ($158); Sol Sana shoes ($56)

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Make a Single Statement

Who knew one shoulder-grazing earring could leave such a big impression?

Get the look: SVNR earring (from $95); EDIT dress ($350); Elizabeth and James bag ($132); Cult Gaia heels ($350)

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Tote Two Bags at Once

We first spotted the double-handbag trend on the Chanel runway before it trickled down to the always fashion-forward streets of Paris. And now we think it's ready to break out on suburban streets everywhere. Because double the crossbodies means double the fun, right?

Get the look: Furla ($298)

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