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Always ahead of the trend, Mary-Kate Olsen gives last year’s gladiator sandals a flattering lift in a pair of Balenciaga wedges.
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Forget boring pastels – this season color is reaching new heights. Try a vivid orange, like Diane Kruger’s 3.1 Philip Lim dress, or an electric pink!
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Mod prints of last spring have given way to ethnic-inspired prints like Brittany Snow’s ikat YAYA AFLALO minidress.
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Ditch your heavy black bags for spring’s warm beige and blush patent bags. Rosario Dawson’s Burberry Beaton bag is perfect with jeans or girly sundresses.
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When the weather heats up, put away the dark denim and opt for something light and casual in a chambray-like shade like Sophia Bush’s Hudson jeans.
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Finally an alternative to the mini! Vanessa Hudgens pulls off this long Lotta Stensson dress with a chic cinched waist. Try belting it to give more shape.
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Kristen Bell transitions to spring in a modern, metallic trimmed Elie Tahari embellished neck top.
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The clear Lucite jewels of last season have quickly dissolved into more concrete materials like metal and stone in chunky artful pieces. Check out Demi Moore’s Van Cleef & Arpels beaded and ringed necklace.
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First bags and shoes got the dip-dye treatment and now clothes are following suit with chic ombré dyes like Thandie Newton’s flirty Matthew Williamson number.
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Carrie Underwood shows the recession of 3-D rosettes from last season to the graphic prints on her Zuhair Murad gown.
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