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Refresh Your Look with These Spring Trends from Local Style Setters

A new season brings a whole new crop of trends for revamping your wardrobe. We tapped a few of the city’s style setters for the spring looks they’re most excited to take for a spin.


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Nike Air Odyssey sneakers


Yellow nikes
 

Jordan Lee“Color is an easy way to revitalize any outfit, and spring’s warmed-up yellows offer an elevated yet approachable take on the hue. I especially like it juxtaposed with sportier silhouettes.” 

Jordan Lee, co-owner, The Public Pet

$95, J.Crew, Ala Moana Center, 949-5252.

 

 

Rumi Murakami wool-poly cropped pants


Rumi Murakami pants
 

Maura Fujihara

“I’m constantly moving furniture and meeting with the clients so I’m always on the lookout for functional, thoughtfully designed pieces, like the season’s softly tailored pants.” 

Maura Fujihira, interior designer/co-owner, Fishcake

​$148, rumimurakami.com.

 

Ippolita hammered sterling silver earrings


Mismatched earrings
 

Jordan Higa

“I tend to dress in basics, so I rely on accessories to spice things up. The season’s art-inspired and sculptural, mismatched earrings are definitely on my wish list.” 

Jordan Higa, illustrator/graphic designer, Hontas Higa

$195, Neiman Marcus, Ala Moana Center, 951-8887. 

 

 

Ulla Johnson Amala blouse


70s inspired blouse
 

Yasmin Dar Fasi

“I’ve been seeing a lot of ’70s-inspired looks. I absolutely love the billowy, hippie-chic silhouettes of that era.”

Yasmin Dar Fasi, digital media specialist, Office of the Governor, State of Hawai‘i

$390, We Are Iconic, 1236 Waimanu St., Suite B, 462-4575.

 

 

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