5 Ways To Get Your Legs Out Now | sheerluxe.com
We may have a while to go before bare arms and legs are really viable, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways o to get your legs out. The fashion crowd prove you can brave bare legs even in the early stages of spring – it’s all just down to some clever styling. Here’s how...
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Layer Up On Top

Make like the Instagram pack and turn to oversized blazers to balance out cold legs. A stylish look that still keeps you warm, the bigger you go the more space you have for that essential Uniqlo heat-tech gilet too –  win-win.

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Add Long Coats

A mini and a trench is a fashion girl favourite – it’s the perfect mix of feminine and androgynous. Add trainers and a jumper for a cool everyday look.

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Try Long Boots

Long boots are back on the fashion agenda this season; good news back in winter when midis were our go-to, and even better news for spring – we love the look with a mini for a 60s throwback. Our top tip: don’t wear with anything too tight. Loose separates will make it feel modern.

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Brave Cycling Shorts

They may be divisive, but cycling shorts aren’t going anywhere this season, so they may be worth a try if you’re after a bit of spring skin-baring. Team with oversized layers to balance out the look.

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Wear A Slit

If you can’t quite face full bare legs, try a peekaboo approach instead, courtesy of slit leg styles. Just add boots now and sandals come summer...

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