7 Perfect Outfits to Wear in 60-Degree Weather

Some people will tell you that April 25 is the ideal date for mild temperatures. But we’ll agree to disagree. Coming up soon, that 60-degree seasonal transition is certainly weather at its best. But it’s also a time that requires some painfully strategic layers: enough to stay warm but not so much coverage that your style gets completely muffled in the mix.

So what should you specifically put on when your weather app reads in the 60s? The seven combinations below hit the mark, incorporating cozy knits, wool coats, and long-length hems. Read on, and don’t wait too long to try all the combinations. Winter’s just around the corner, so here are seven outfit combinations to wear in 60-degree weather.

Midi Skirt + Sweater

What to Wear in 60-degree Weather

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Leave the jacket at home—this almost completely covered look is all you need.

Trench + Tailored Pants

Pair these breezy, tailored pieces together for an effortless, seasonally appropriate ensemble.

Jeans + Button-Down

Denim is a year-round staple but we particularly love it in autumn when paired with warm beige and brown hues. Style a wide-leg style with a button-down shirt and boots.

Midi Dress + Blazer

A modest midi dress is perfect when paired with a blazer or lightweight wool coat—extra points for doing so in an eye-catching color combination.

Light Jackets + Silk Scarves

How to Wear Scarves in 60-degree Weather

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Before you break out the heavy-duty wools, use a silk scarf to cover up once temps take a teeny-tiny drop.

Summer Skirt + Oversize Sweater

Don't put that summer skirt away just yet. Throw a chunky oversize sweater over it and if it's not quite time to slip into tights yet, cover your legs a bit more with socks chunky combat boots.

Midi Skirt + Tall Boots

Knee-high and over-the-knee boots are not just on trend—they also combat some of the chilly wind you might feel when sporting a skirt.

This post was published at an earlier date and has since been updated.

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