by MIKE CHAIKEN
New England in March always seems to have a personality crisis.
Is the meteorological resolve geared to bone-chilling temperatures? Or will the thermometer readings indicate a more temperate forecast temperament?
And with the lack of commitment from Mother Nature, your wardrobe also is in the transition. One day, your winter attire is more than sufficient. Another day, the layers must be directed toward better days to come.
Model Lili Rojek wears a collection of garments that reflect New England’s complicated mood.
PHOTOS by MIKE CHAIKEN