In spring, when Mother Nature’s to do list can include a chilly morning, a sunny afternoon and an evening downpour all in the same day, getting dressed presents more than the usual outfit quandary. But even when the forecast is unpredictable, a few perennial style secrets can help you weather the season. “You have to understand proportion to know how to layer, to know how long your tank top should be under your sweater or under your blazer,” says Stacy London of TLC’s hit makeover show “What Not to Wear.” “For men, it’s all about details when you see Brad Pitt in a suit, the reason it looks so good, besides Brad being Brad, is that it’s tailored to perfection.
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