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Now that it’s officially spring, it’s time to let your style bloom with these fresh floral finds from Etsy. 

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Cotton High Waisted Floral Skirt - $60 by CodyFarrago

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Embroidered Floral Ankle Strap Wedge Shoe - $44 by SiameseDreamDesign

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Blush Floral Blazer - $44 by Poor Little Rich Girl

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Vintage Floral Peter Pan Collar - $26.99 by BlumArt

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Low Back Floral Print Cotton Dress - $179 by LanaStepul

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When the words “vegan footwear” come up, many people think of something along the lines of chunky, entirely unfashionable sandals. But we’re glad that Cri de Coeur is smashing that stereotype with its ultra-wearable, on trend shoe styles for spring. 

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From left to right: Bounty Ankle Strap Wedge - Black/Yellow, $150; Precious Ankle Strap Pump - Red, $150; Lace Cloud Flat Bootie, $120; Chief Slip-on Bootie, $140; and Wild Criss Cross Strappy Mini Wedge, $150 - all at cri-de-coeur.com.

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The unusually warm March we’re having on the East Coast has us longing to be lying by the pool instead of sitting in the office. Unfortunately that’s not really an option, so looking at these pretty blue jewels by Raquelle Bianco will have to be enough. The sterling silver pieces have been dipped in turquoise and aquamarine enamels and adorned with gem stones for an aquatic-inspired shimmer. Find a list of online stockists at raquellebianco.com.
ellelauri_2012_thumb.jpgIf you’re dying to wear this spring’s neon and pastel trends (who isn’t?) then look no further than Ellelauri. This up-and-coming brand has so many must-have pieces for the season, and the prices ($98 to $240) won’t shock your system. Here are just a few of our favorites - head over to elllelauri.com to shop. 

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Artemis Quibble is a Brooklyn-based luxury leather accessories line inspired by history. Designer Jason Ross incorporates antique elements and found objects into his collection - hanging them on his wall until inspiration strikes and he turns them into something stylish. The result is a line of bags, belts, and other add-ons that look like you pulled them straight from a 16th century museum. These pieces align perfectly with today’s vintage-inspired trend. To shop the collection, visit artemas-quibble.com.

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