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Happy New Gear!

Take on 2012 in style with fashion resolutions inspired by the season’s top trends. Don’t worry, we’re not talking total overhaul, just some fresh, easy updates you’ll love sticking to.


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Turn your blue crush into a full-on love affair with cobalt, the season’s hottest cool hue. Rebecca Taylor lace dress, $335, Nordstrom, Ala Moana Center, 953-6100.
Get a little hot over the collar — playful embellishments can turn a simple neckline into something noteworthy. Viscose beaded dress, $2,390, Miu Miu, Ala Moana Center, 955-8880.
Fall for prints charming, like Resort’s lively geometric and art deco patterns. When In Rome Idiom Bangle, $128, Kate Spade, Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center, 922-3390.
Start seeing spots — polka dots add the perfect touch of whimsy to structured silhouettes. Belted jacket, $3,810, Dior, Ala Moana Center, 943-6900.
Throw a block party with accessories done in fun, unexpected color combos. Chameleon calf leather satchel, $2,490, Fendi, Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center, 971-5611. Beatris leather ballet flats, $295 each, Bally, Ala Moana Center, 941-1187.

 

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