The Rain Coat
Spring showers don’t mean drowning yourself in baggy, shapeless rainwear. Look for a lightweight, belted, ultra figure-flattering trench in a stylish animal print instead. Animal prints are the new neutral—and something that can easily layer over any look. Or try a trench in a vibrant cobalt or emerald color to brighten up your next rainy day.
From drab to fab—a blazer transforms the plainest outfit (jeans and a tee) into a polished look. A bright color, such as coral—a major shade for spring—is chic and unexpected. And something with contrasting, color-blocked panels along the sides will help create an Hourglass figure, no matter what shape you are!
For a more affordable option, try Nine & Co.’s Button-Notch Collar Jacket, $45, JC Penney
The Candy-Colored Cardigan
Curvier on the bottom? (We’re talking to you, Triangle types.) Draw all eyes upwards and away from a fuller bottom half with a brightly colored, fine-knit cardigan. It’s also the perfect way to maximize your wardrobe: Throw one on over your summer sundress to keep warm on those not-quite-yet-summer days.
The Military Jacket
A classic military-inspired camo jacket instantly creates a cool, vintage vibe to any outfit. The best part? It’s perfect for layering, there’s no wrong way to wear it and it works with any body shape. Styling tip: Cinch in the ties at the waist for a slimmer silhouette (great for creating a smaller middle for Circle shapes).
The Wildly Cute Rain Boots
I’m obsessed with these lace-printed (on trend!) rain boots. Keep away from cropped booties and go for a taller boot that will slim the look of your calves and help make your legs look longer and leaner.
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