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Hello Dolly: Get Dolled Up in Spring’s Hottest Fashion Trends

Spring's playful patterns, garden ginghams, darling dots and classic stripes, anchored by candy hues, make getting all dolled up child's play. Throw on some of-the-moment accessories in eye-popping pink and you're ready to step outside the box.


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Closet Dreams


Christian Louboutin red patent leather pumps, $675, Judith Leiber crystal lipstick pillbox, $695, New Sphere Crystal Minaudiere, $3,995, Ringaling Rotary Phone Miniaudiere, $4,995, Neiman Marcus.

Valentino Rockstud T-strap studded leather pumps, $995, Manolo Blahnik peep-toe jeweled d’orsay pumps, $755, Moschino Fantasy envelope clutch, $595, Kendall and Kylie Madden Girl “Daylittle” Cage sandals, $79.95, Nordstrom.

Larissa check heels, $350, Charm glitter heels, $328, Kate Spade New York.

Sunset fuchsia floral embroidery sandals, $810, pink suede d‘orsay heels, $860, Dior.

Wide resin neon bangles, $148 each, Coach. Tulip and vase set, $82.80, SoHa Living.

Black jeweled satin heels, $1,065, Miu Miu. Micro Peekaboo satchel bag, $1,550, Fendi.



Blazer, $750, sweater, $395, shorts, $295, Red Valentino.

Up Up and Away pendant necklace, $128, Get Carried Away idiom bangle, $98, On The Dot, Lose Your Head in the Clouds, It Takes Two to Tango idiom bangles, $78 each, Kate Spade New York.

Crystal sandals, $880, Miu Miu.


Photo: Rae Huo. model: Alana Beale, Wilhelmina Hawai‘i.  makeup: Kecia Littman, Kecia Bella. Hair: Risa Hoshino.


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