This Spring Be Bold

Perfectly tailored Elizabeth and James skirt paired with Vince white tank at FeBe; 3.1 Philip Lim geode embroidered chiffon jacket at MIMI; chain link necklace and bracelet by Porter Lyons at Haute; tennis bracelet at Ballins LTD

Photographed by Theresa Cassagne Hair and Makeup by Aimee Carr Model Brittney Frisella

Dare to pair prints with textures like loose sweaters and bring out statement jewelry. Color is everywhere; spring has sprung!

 

 

 

 

 


Orange tweed jacket with patent leather details with a white silk tank with rhinestone neckline and black asymmetrical skort with exposed zipper at Elizabeth’s; tennis bracelets and chain link bracelet at Ballins LTD.



Alexis tank and hi-low skirt with accessories by Alexis Bittar, all at Angelique.



Navy blue and lime color-block sweater with nude snakeskin skirt at Chatta Box; perfectly clear Lucite box (comes with three inserts) by Charlotte Olympia at MIMI & CeCe Shoe; gold and stone cuff bracelet at Angelique.



Elizabeth and James fitted jacket with flowy Clover Canyon architectural print dress at FeBe; raw turquoise earrings at MIMI.



Polka dot dress and cherry hat at Trashy Diva.



ICB oil slick silk dress at Haute; Balenciaga sunglasses at Chatta Box; necklace and bracelets at Ballins LTD.



Michael Stars sweater at Ballins LTD; printed pants at Haute; statement necklace at Elizabeth’s.



Stunning orchid print caftan with leather-wrapped pearl, satin and chain necklace, both at Angelique.

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