Spring Street Style: Overalls, Floral Dresses, More

Laurel Pinson
Spring Street Style: Overalls, Floral Dresses, More
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Spring invites a host of complex wardrobe decisions: When is too soon to start wearing white jeans? Can I make socks work with these sandals as a transitional weather solution?

MORE: 50 Casual Spring Outfits to Try Right Now

Fortunately, New York’s streets offer a consistent dose of outfit inspiration in any kind of weather—especially when it comes to transitional staples like tunics and trench coats. Wondering how to style those white jeans? Try layering a wispy white tunic and a tough black tote. Not sure how a sweet floral dress can play in 60-degree weather? Try topping it off with a varsity jacket and some white sneakers. Sartorial inspiration abounds!

MORE: 50 Ways to Wear Spring Dresses

Click through the gallery above to see some of our favorite looks we’ve spotted out on the streets of New York over the past week!

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Proof that overalls and Birkenstocks can look chic.

Photo: Jenny Norris

Sneakers and a letterman jacket give a floral dress a sporty twist.

Photo: Jenny Norris

Such a great mix of textures—a slick leather shift dress and a wispy trench.

Photo: Jenny Norris

Nothing says spring like a printed dress and mirrored shades.

Photo: Jenny Norris

Layer a summery, sheer dress over a pair of crisp white jeans for a fresh springtime outfit.

Photo: Jenny Norris

All black everything, with a pop of white at the ankle.

Photo: Jenny Norris

A fresh take on the denim-on-denim look.

Photo: Jenny Norris

Traffic-stopping shades paired with a simple jacket and maxi dress.

Photo: Jenny Norris

Layer a collared blouse under a simple dress to give your LBD a whole new look.

Photo: Jenny Norris

A voluminous jumpsuit, cinched at the waist, can be seriously flattering.

Photo: Jenny Norris

Dress up a pair of shorts with a chic black trench and killer shoes.

Photo: Jenny Norris

Few things are as chic in the spring as a classic striped shirt and washed-out jeans.

Photo: Jenny Norris

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