Monday, March 8, 2010

Spring Fashion A to Z : Part IV


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Alice in Wonderland opened last weekend, and add this to the LOST frenzy (it’s all about the White Rabbit, y’all!) and you’ve got a recipe for whimsy.


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She’s always stylish and pushes the envelope when it comes to trying new things in fashion!


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Obsessed with this diffusion line. Most Macy*s don’t sell the entire collection but I managed to find a good bit of it at the Macy*s in Tyson’s Corner and a decent selection at the one at Lenox…but for the full range, visit the section at the Herald Square store. (Bonus, it’s right next to the “designer” stuff at Macy*s…did you know that they now sell Anna Sui, Betsey Johnson, and See By Chloe?!)



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Tommy Hilfiger via

The revival of separates and sportswear has been music to my ears – it just makes so much sense. Instead of head to toe dressing, style yourself! I’ve thrown in here references to All-American sportswear because it’s my favorite kind – crisp, cool classics that never go out of style.



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Tory Burch turquoise satchel, Bloomingdale’s, $465 * Chanel turquoise python bag, price upon request * Madewell turquoise cross-body bag, Shopbop $128


Tap pants

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Dance influences always abound, but this time it’s the tap pant that takes center stage. Keep it interesting with crisper pieces on top – a white button down, a structured blazer – anything to balance out the sexy boudoir bottom.

Parker cognac tap pant, Revolve Clothing, $128; Christian Dior SS2010 via



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Marc Jacobs SS2010 via

Mix these hard, wartime pieces with khaki and softer elements as Marc does in this runway shot to get the #1 trend for Spring. Experiment with layers, texture, volume, and color – put those separates to use!

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