When it comes to any climate that’s frigidly cold or swelteringly hot, what to wear seems very straightforward. It’s either as many layers as possible oras few. But somewhere around 40°F, things start to get murky. It’s cold—no doubt about it—but also bordering the transitional-weather season when people can start to get away with a lighter coat (and not a huge puffer over it) and even a flash of bare leg (a small one mind you).
So as the temps start to teeter between what’s considered winter and spring, take these looks into account if you find yourself wondering what the heck that really means for your wardrobe.