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Street Style to Copy: The Long, Transitional Spring Coat

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Take a cue from the above street stylers captured during New York Fashion Week—Nicole Warne of Gary Pepper Vintage, Leandra Medine of the Man Repller, and Jane Keltner deValle of TeenVogue—and introduce a long coat into your not-winter-definitely-not-summer transitional wardrobe.

Options in pale neutrals are a great way to ditch the black uniform of winter and start lightening up for spring. Layer 'em up with scarves and boots while it's still chilly and take it down a notch with denim and your ugly fashion sandal of choice come warmer days. We've rounded up fifteen options from a sporty Acne Studios anorak to a super luxe Lanvin trench, even a $95 steal from Nasty Gal.

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