The Edit: 12 Unexpected Ways to Wear Florals

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Flower prints need not be limited to predictable ditzy florals. This season’s iteration goes two ways: understated (see: perforated daisy high tops) and bold and modern (like a citrus-hued Marni frock). So whether you don watercolor irises to sketched-out roses, segue into summer with these 12 unexpected takes on the trend.  Read more »

The Edit: 13 Funky Flats to Glam Up Your Wardrobe

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Believe me, I understand the urge to binge-buy sandals after keeping my toes cooped up in layers of wooly socks and boots. But hear me out: a pair of flats with raffia, glitter or quirky embellishments can be just as spring-worthy — and comfortable — as any pair of strappy sandals. Here, 13 pairs that will transform any airy summer dress or jeans-and-tee combo.  Read more »

The Edit: 10 Off-the-Shoulder Tops That Look Good With Anything

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How to bare shoulders without going strapless (or spiraling downward into tube-top territory)? Wear one of the season’s best picks, an off-the-shoulder top. The style — seen everywhere right now — is a perfect way to show off sun-kissed skin and shoulders, plus it conceals the upper arm, which is often a prickly source of insecurity for women. Here, my top tops to spring for now.

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The Edit: 10 Perfectly Delicate Ear Cuffs That Let You Fake an Upper Ear Piercing

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Cartilage jewelry is here to stay — and having a particularly huge moment — but piercings are a big commitment. Enter: the simple, elevated ear cuff. Right now, you want to spring for minimalist pieces that add just a hint of shine on the upper part of your ear. Try one or two on for size and then consider taking the piercing plunge. (Although, with these super-chic options, why would you want to?)  Read more »

The Edit: 10 Men’s Spring Jackets to Buy Before It Gets Any Warmer

mensjackets_withslugThe easiest way to dapper-ize an outfit is with great outerwear. A crisp waxed-canvas jacket or trim bomber elevates a worn pair of jeans, and a denim jacket instantly adds style cred when layered under a blazer. (See how to pull this off here.) Instead of investing in an entire new wardrobe for spring, consider buying one great jacket. We’ve found 10 of the best out there now. Consider it your shopping list. (Psst: Check out our lineup of the most stylish spring jackets for women here, and see our roundup of the must-know men’s spring trends here.)

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The Edit: 10 Killer Spring Coats to Wear This Week

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As much as the 50-degree temps seem like sunbathing weather (ya know, compared to snowpocalypse), it’s not quite time to ditch your coat. But that doesn’t mean you need to bundle up. Spring offers tons of fresh outerwear that looks seasonally appropriate (think: airy watercolors and punchy pineapple prints) while still keeping you warm as the seasons transition. Here, 10 gorgeous picks you can wear this week. So long, cocoon coats. Read more »

The Edit: 14 Stunningly Cool Lamps for Every Home

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Thanks to Daylight Savings, you may have noticed that the sun is actually still out during your evening commute. (Cheer!) But that means that your mornings leave you in the dark. Brighten up with one of these 14 luminaries — we’ve got floor lamps, desk lamps and, yes, even a surprisingly chic nightlight. It’s not quite natural sunlight, but for now, we’ll take it.  Read more »

The Edit: 5 Pairs of Wide Leg Jeans to Make Your Legs Look Mile-Long

For the last five years or so, it’s been skinny jeans every day, everywhere. And while no one can dispute their slimming, leg-lengthening qualities, we’re starved for new proportions. Enter: Wide leg jeans. The throwback denim is experiencing a major comeback and we’re already stocking up for spring. However, as stylish as they may be, there are a few styling tricks to keep in mind:

1. Keep the wash light. Save the ultra-inky washes for your raw denim. Wide legs are meant to skew retro.

2. Wear heels. Wide leg jeans are already equipped to make your legs look crazy-long. Maximize the illusion by wearing your jeans with booties or a platform sandal.

3. Call your tailor. Most wide legs jeans have super-long inseams—usually 32 inches and up. If you’re not leggy and don’t plan on wearing 6-inch heels (see #2), then be sure to call a tailor to take up the seam. Raggedy hems will look more grungy surfer than hippie goddess. Psst: While shopping, account for any fading or whiskering that might look wonky post-hem.  Read more »

The Edit: 8 Non-Boring Men’s Shirts to Buy Now

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Step away from the oft-Instragrammed J.Crew navy gingham shirt. The classic, while always a hit, can get majorly boring — and fast. From fresh embroidery accents (think Hawaiian dancers instead of lobsters) to unexpected textures like comfy, quilted cotton, there are tons of ways to up your shirt game without succumbing to the expected. Here, eight to get you started.  Read more »

The Edit: 13 Metallic Pieces to Jump-Start Your Spring Wardrobe

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If you’re deeply in need of a spring fashion fix, we suggest metallics. From traditional golds and silvers to out-there florals and blues, major sheen is having a major moment. The best part? Though we included some aspirational warm-weather pieces (hello, jacquard shorts!), metallics are largely transitional. Try layering a sleeveless oxford atop a turtleneck or switching out a carryall for a rose gold clutch. Read more »

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