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This fresh, lime colored wrap is a great addition to a well-edited spring wardrobe. Ideal to throw on over skinny jeans and tall boots or Ghillie tie heels, it’s guaranteed to keep you cool and stylish all season long.

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It’s hard resist the trend for floral prints this spring. With the buzz around the Liberty of London for Target collection and Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland film, fashion is a bloom with floral styles. Just this past weekend I attended a lovely Alice in Wonderland themed tea party in the hills of Marin. The party was hosted for children but the parents had a fabulous time as well - devouring scones topped with Devonshire cream, madeline cookies and a samovar filled with the most delicious chai tea you can imagine! For the tea party, I picked up a couple of Liberty of London dresses for my daughter and myself and so I am on trend for florals this spring! Here are my picks for the most fabulous floral styles to set your wardrobe all a bloom this spring.

Go for florals prints that look modern, not matronly. Choose dresses with a modern silhouette in smaller floral patterns or larger abstract florals. A mix of two or three floral prints on a dress adds a unique twist. A feminine version of a pool-side worthy caftan is the Liberty of London Draped-Sleeve Caftan (upper left, at Neiman Marcus $330.00). Anna Sui is a master at combining florals for her signature boho chic look. Sui’s Printed silk dress (upper right, at Net-a-Porter $475 ) touts a floral print silk with bow tied high neckline and drapey peplums at the waist. Stella McCartney’s luxe ruffled wisteria print Strapless Ruffled Dress (lower right, at Bergdorf Goodman $1965). This ultra feminine a-line style has an empire waist, strapless neckline and ruffled hem. Floral accessories should be used with restraint with a maximum of one or two per outfit. How about this lovely handmade Multi-floral Lili clutch—-Liberty of London cotton Medium clutch (bottom left - top, $69 at BagatellesAndCo’s Etsy shop)? I love the pretty colors on this cheerful floral clutch handmade in England by the designer and lined with corn yellow satin lining. Dolce & Gabbana’s Floral Print Patent Leather Sandal features narrow patent leather straps and is waterproof (bottom left - middle, at Nordstrom $495). Perfect for unexpected April rain showers! Kenneth Jay Lane’s multi-colored enamel and metal flower bracelet is embellished with glass pearls, blue beads and multicolored diamanté and has a push-lock clasp to fasten on your wrist.

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Wondering how to wear a mixture of tribal patterns without looking like a clown? ELLE’s fashion know-it-all, Anne Slowey, shows you how to stylishly mix and match tribal prints.

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“It’s all based on childlike innocence—it’s as if a child got hold of a crayon and colored under their eyes with it,” says makeup artist Polly Osmond about the bright-eyed look she created for Nanette Lepore’s spring 2010 show. Find out how to recreate the turquoise eyeliner look.

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1960s French style icon Francois Hardy’s sunglass aesthetic feels incredibly chic for spring 2010. Slightly oversize square frames in timeless black on white color combinations are just understated enough to work with every look. Balmain taps into these understated subtleties with the debut of its first full-scale sunglass collection.

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