The Best Curated Style For A Colorful Spring


truckin' tank

Our go-to style curators introduced great, springy looks over the course of the week.  From light stripes to woven bracelets, the most versatile items look great now, worn with layers, while being ready to keep you cool later in the season.

We love this breezy, limited edition Lauren Moffat tank.

1.  Truckin’ tank on Of a Kind:  This cropped, lightweight tank ($98), an exclusive from Lauren Moffat, comes in navy or red.  We like that it goes with jeans and a blazer now but will pair perfectly with cut-offs come July.

A few woven, embellished bracelets from the Mexico-based designer Dezso by Sara Beltran.

2.   Shell bracelet on L-Atitude:  Global shopping site L-Atitude is offering a variety of summery woven bracelets in a range of prices; we like the idea of picking and choosing to layer a few looks.  This particular iteration ($60), embellished with a sterling silver shell, is a good place to start.

This pretty look sits just right on the collarbone.

3.  Leaf necklace on AHAlife:  Nothing says “spring” quite like new foliage.  This necklace ($65) from the designer Alexandra Dewey is a perfect new accessory to celebrate the season.  And the gold, metallic thread leaf is hand-sewn, too.

Everything about this short silk skirt is fun, fun, fun.

4.  Color block skirt on Svpply:  A swingy skirt employing spring’s top trend, colorblocking?  Yes please.  This Boutique by Jaeger look ($214) is trending on social style site Svpply for all the right reasons.

This dress works for a garden party or as an incredibly chic beach cover-up.

5.  India maxi dress on Lux Fix:  Our favorite British flash sale/designer exclusives site is getting a jump on summer with a limited-time Beach Candy boutique.  Among our choice picks from the sale is this lovely, light silk chiffon maxi dress ($236).


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