Considering the number of shows going on in any given season, it's easy to get distracted by all the pomp and circumstance swirling around and not think about what's going on in fashion now. But even in the middle of a fashion hurricane, we're always focused on bringing you, dear readers, the best wardrobe ideas and inspiration out there. Accordingly, we're delighted to present our monthly Who What Wear: Styling Tips, which is full of on-trend transitional outfits to help you ease out of winter and into spring. From Vanessa Traina's touch of tie-dye to Diane Kruger's pastel-plus-color pop look, we know you're sure to find fabulous ideas galore in today's story.

Tip #1: Personalize a LBD with lots of accessories.
When we were in New York last week, we noticed that loads of editors were wearing floaty spring dresses with winter staples and loads of accessories, but it's a London iteration of this look that really delighted us. Who could resists stylist Hannah Bhuiya, seen here at the Wallpaper Design Awards last month, wearing the most personalized LBD ever? In this case, Bhuiya layered a Christopher Kane for Topshop lace dress over a flesh-colored high-necked bodysuit from Gandolfi Dance Shop, Topshop lace tights, and a brown pair of vintage leather boots. Additional pizazz came from a Pauric Sweeney bag, vintage Yves Saint Laurent belt, and a studded cuff from Portobello Market. To emulate her look, just start with your favorite noir frock or something like David Lerner's One Shoulder Dress ($195), Black Halo's Jane Sheath ($390), or ASOS' Twisted Slinky One Shoulder Dress ($65); all are excellent, simple options. Then add a body-con top, like Topshop's Long Sleeve Lace Bodysuit ($50) or American Apparel's Baby Rib Long Sleeve T ($21) in crème. Finally, add fun accents like Urban Outfitters' Ecote O-Ring Belt ($34) or Free People's Cleo Belt ($48), a statement bracelet like Fuzz Black's Acrylic Studded Cuff ($95) or House of Harlow 1960's Riveted Gladiator Cuff ($65), and some cool stockings like Jonathan Aston's Net Pattern Tights ($9) or Urban Outfitters' Annie Open Work Tights ($24) for a Bhuiya-inspired, editor-endorsed outfit.

Tip #2: Start mixing your favorite print pieces.
This spring, it's practically imperative to break out an ensemble that involves multiple (but different) patterned pieces. Now, we know that not everyone feels comfortable trying the most outrageous examples of this look (see: Dries van Noten), but there is a way to subtly dip your toe into trend, as Amanda Hearst demonstrated at a party for Banana Republic's Summer 10 collection at Indochine. Wearing a mixed-print outfit comprised of Jason Wu's Rorschach-Print Blouse ($655) and Pleated Tulle-Trim Skirt ($1460)