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Dressing for hot and cold simultaneously

by Jim Mosley

Your style shouldn’t suffer because the weather can’t make up its mind. For times when you’re unsure what to wear during this tricky season, there are a few guidelines.

Some great transition staples are jeans and a fitted T-shirt. You could even add a light blazer if you want to dress it up a bit. Pants may just seem too hot, and if that’s the case, try a darker toned skirt and a light sweater or flowy, long-sleeve shirt.

If trying to keep it casual, some simple shorts with a sweatshirt or chunky sweater are the perfect combo.

Cora Pursley, 360 Media, Inc.

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