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Here's Our Favorite Style IGs Of The Week: Vol. 7
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Here's Our Favorite Style IGs Of The Week: Vol. 7

It's that weird time of year when you have to dress for all four seasons. It's cold then it's hot then it's the perfect temperature and then it's cold again. What you need is versatility and an easy way to accomplish that is by layering. Most importantly, check the temperature before you decide which lewk you're serving the people every day. With global warming on standby, you never know what you're gonna get. Our motto: stay ready so you don't have to get ready.


Speaking of temperatures, we rounded up a few fly gals heating up the 'gram with their getups. You'll see various iterations of blazers, pops of green, the power of brown, a number of Telfeezys, textures galore, and ways to style the classic button-down. Post haste, get into the must-tap modish looks we plan to replicate soon. Let's go!

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Featured image courtesy of @bianca_okoye/Instagram

 

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