O's Great Buys of the Week
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O, The Oprah Magazine |
June 02, 2011
Put orange-red on your radar for spring—O creative director Adam Glassman says it’s the color that’s going to be everywhere. This sporty cardigan's pop of it, paired with neutral tan and white, is an easy way to try the citrus shade if you’re not quite ready to dress in head-to-toe orange.
$28 | Target.com
This cardigan anticipates spring with the addition of an intricate lace cutout front. Light and airy for warm afternoons but with enough coverage for milder mornings, it’s an eye-catching piece you'll be reaching for all season long.
$60 | Loft.com
Celebrate your curves not just once but twice with this pencil skirt. The sleek fit hugs your silhouette in all the right places while the two red arches that come down from the waist draw the eye inward, giving the appearance of shapely—and slimmer—hips and thighs.
$60 | TheLimited.com
If a full dose of the pastel trend seems a bit too feminine for you, this color-blocked shirt adds just a splash of the dusty rose color offset by contrasting neutrals, crisp lines and a half-buttoned style.
$79 | AnnTaylor.com
This soft yellow fit-and-flare dress has us excited for sunshine, daffodils and, most of all, the many ways you can wear this flattering knit number. Style it with a few key accessories, like a statement necklace and a skinny belt, or wear it with tights and a scarf until the warm weather arrives.
$49 | TheLimited.com
Boat shoes get winterized with everything you love about the classic footwear—the sporty look, rubber outsole and nonslip traction—but combined with quilted fabric and an above-the-ankle style, they'll not only keep your feet warm but also look good while doing so.
$65 | SperryTopSider.com
With its sweet, muted pink color and delicate lace trim—two of spring's hottest trends—this lightweight cotton tee is an easy way to look put together on lazy Mondays when all you want is to be comfortable (but not look like you got ready in less than five minutes).
$30 | Zara.com
Take a comfortable walk on the wild side with this cheetah-print top. The silklike fabric hangs loosely throughout the midsection but fits snugly at the hips with a strategically placed buckled leather trim that reveals just a hint of your curves.
$70 | Zara.com
If your go-to look is a T-shirt and jeans, there's no need to part from it to look polished. Just throw on this slim-fit blazer: The herringbone pattern and clean buttons and trim add instant sophistication while the shrunken style keeps it easygoing and casual.
$90 | Zara.com
Polka dots mark the spot for spring, and there's no better way to try the cheerful pattern than with these pointy-toe flats. The fun design in combination with a mature shape makes them less business casual and more everyday appropriate.
$40 | Gap.com
For an easy throw-on-and-go date-night option, this ponte knit shift has you covered. The clean silhouette, which suits every body type, has two strategically placed vertical stripes that put the focus up and down, making you look taller and thinner.
$25 | OldNavy.com
The heart pendant goes 2.0 with a new, modern look that places it in a black tablet-shaped charm. The delicate necklace makes for a one-of-a-kind gift for your other half...or, be your own valentine and buy it as a treat for yourself.
$45 | ByBoe.com
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