Add a touch of spring to a black leather skirt by pairing it with the color of the season: blush pink. Go monochromatic on top with a pink cropped shirt and light jacket, a la Chicago Med star Yaya DaCosta, and keep things really light on your feet with clear boots.
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Samantha Marie Ware dons the finest in 18th-century wear as Peggy Schuyler and Maria Reynolds in Chicago’s Hamilton production, but offstage she’s the picture of modern style. Get her look and be ready for the season’s unpredictable weather by pairing a cool, graphic tee or sweater with skinny jeans, oxfords, and a contrasting, tailored jacket.
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Though light colors usually come to mind when thinking of warmer weather, black is always stylish. Chicago P.D.’s Jesse Lee Soffer lightens up the look for spring with short sleeves and some ripped jeans.
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Bomber jackets, especially lightweight versions like the one Bulls player Denzel Valentine is wearing here, are having a major moment in both men’s and women’s fashion. Follow Washington’s lead and opt for a colorful jacket over the typical neutral hues.
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There’s nothing quite like a rich, pink shirt to signal spring and the blossoming nature that comes with it. Pair it with navy blue bottoms (either pants or shorts, depending on the weather) like Blackhawks player Trevor Van Riemsdyk did here, for a combination that pops.