While the rest of your email might be ushering in a prank-laden day, we assure you that while we always aim to have fun with fashion, there's no haute hijinks when it comes to this monthly Style Stalker installment. Our six stylish subjects are (per usual) exemplars of first-class street chic while also displaying a timely knack for getting the transitional weather look down pat. Whether opting for a white boyfriend blazer in lieu of basic black, effortlessly adding a printed scarf, or updating neutrals with personal pizzazz, these stalkees offer up loads of inspiration and snazzy ensembles galore. And while you may have noticed that this month we didn't relegate our profiles to merely just the ladies, this is no Tom Foolery! Au contraire, dear readers, today we decided to liven up the mix by taking a peek at what the other team is wearing. (Thanks, Ira, for lending yourself to our stylish shenanigans.) But please, dear readers, do take note of all of our subjects and remember: the only way you'll make a fashion faux pas is to not follow in their trendsetting footsteps!

An oversized white blazer is a smart outerwear choice.
While the boyfriend blazer has long been a closet staple, opting for a crisp white hue is a great way to launch your look into spring. We love how Vanessa, 25, from Vancouver, styled hers to brighten her darker pieces, while simultaneously adding polish to her loose-fitting graphic tee. You can get your own version of Vanessa's high-contrast look by selecting some sharp outerwear like Alice and Olivia's Boyfriend Blazer ($396) or playing up summer's sex appeal with Tibi's Blazer ($425) which has a sly slit in the back. Layer either of those, or Love 21's Essential Double Breasted Jacket ($32.80), over a black leather skirt and add a pop of color with a comfy vintage tee. We recommend WGACA's Vintage Madonna 1987 Convert Tee ($375) or Urban Outfitters' Classic Rock Boyfriend Tee ($24), depending on your genre of choice!

Unique accessories personalize a simple black-and-white look.
Black and white may be one of the most classic combos, but it always looks so chic. Thusly, we were thrilled when we ran across Lindsay, 25, from New York, who personalized her dark/light ensemble by adding a few well-chosen accessories. Recreate Lindsay's stylish go-anywhere outfit by starting with a staple pair of black harem trousers and then adding a few eye-catching pieces of your own. We like Whistles' Tab Detail Harem Trousers ($214) for a reliable base, and we'd opt for Cole Haan's Village Skinny Belt ($38) to keep them snug. Finally, we'd add a statement necklace