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Rock spring’s plaid trend with this sweet bow-embellished dress from Etsy seller Arielle St. Lawrence. The one-of-a-kind dress retails for $70, and  (like all of St. Lawrence’s garments) is constructed from reclaimed or second-hand fabrics - making it both wallet- and earth-friendly!

The Down Home Honey Pocket Dress, $70 at Etsy.com
Los Angeles-based Corey Lynn Calter designs vibrant, trendy clothing that could easily go from the city to the countryside. Her spring collection is filled with pretty sun dresses along with edgier pieces, like a high-waisted skirt with a diagonal zipper and a pair of floral print shorts. Most pieces are priced between $100 and $300, and the collection is sold in boutiques nationwide as well as online. For locations or to shop, visit coreylynncalter.com.

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We fell in love with Matiko’s collection of funky footwear last year, and their new sandals are extremely tempting. Even though it’s not warm yet (not even close), I can’t wait to rock these with a summery dress.

Alisa Mid Brown Sandals, $105 at moxsie.com

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Lea Black Pewter Sandal, $105 at moxsie.com

Eryn Brinie

Eryn Brinie is a collection of simple yet chic pieces that are both versatile and affordable. Certain items work for a day in the office, while others are weekend-appropriate. The collection is filled with stylish classics: a breton-striped sweater, a chunky knit cardigan, a black blazer, etc. Almost everything is under $200, with many pieces under $100. Here are some of our top picks from the brand:

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Black Bow Belt Skirt $69 (on sale) and Sailor Romper $120

Eryn Brinie is available at erynbrinie.com and in their New York store at 501 Broadway in SoHo.

Brigid Catiis

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Independent clothing label Brigid Catiis is contemporary, stylish, and trendy - plus it’s 100% sustainable. Each limited-edition piece is made from recycled or otherwise eco-friendly fabrics, and the company donates 5 percent of its total earnings to non-profit organizations like International Green Shield and Haven House Women’s Shelter. Since each item is individually sewn and not mass-produced, the clothing is truly one-of-a-kind. The desire to wear something unique yet contemporary was designer Raissa Gerona’s inspiration behind founding the line. Before she starting her own label, she spent her time shopping for vintage clothing and accessories and making her own clothes.

Brigid Catiis is available on brigidcatiis.com. Most pieces are priced between $90 and $200.

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