Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers

Get inspired by cooler looks for when the temperature dips back down.

Photographer Mimi Hong
May 26, 2016
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers

The weather's been messy and unpredictable lately, but that doesn’t mean your outfits have to be. A recent cold front made dressing for the changing seasons a challenge, but we came across these ambitious New Yorkers that faced it head on. While we're currently in the midst of a hot streak, keep these looks on file for when the temperature, inevitably, erratically drops. The city’s characters stay unique with giant shades, statement necklaces, and effortless light jackets. The most photo-worthy looks layered cooler weather staples with bold spring accessories—see how it's done, below.

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Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
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Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers
Late Spring Looks From Stylish Young New Yorkers