6 Must-Try Spring Trends
Army Green Watches
Trade your usual black or brown watch for this versatile shade.

From top: Tokyobay, $80; David Yurman, $1,850; Citizen Eco-Drive, $145; Movado Museum, $795; Freelook, $150.
photo prints
Photo Prints
Can't escape to somewhere exotic this spring? A snappy new trend—clothing featuring photos of faraway locales—brings the beach to your closet. While the look started on the runways, it's now available at accessible prices.

Skirt, HD in Paris, $118;

Dress, $498;
Open Knits
"I'm a little wary of sheer clothes. But open knits are great layering pieces. A solid tank (not just a bra!) underneath is a stylish solution."—Adam Glassman, O's creative director

Wear this:
Sweater, Eileen Fisher, $218. Dress, Max & Cleo, $178.

With these:
Skin-toned camisole, $77;
Purple tank, $36;
shoulder-less shirt
The Cold Shoulder
A fresh alternative to last season's one-shouldered styles, this covers your arms but still lets you show a little skin.

Sandro, $190; 646-438-9335.
burberry sunglasses
Looks Good on Everyone: Burberry's New Line
The pale frames disappear into the face, making them more flattering than dark ones.

The Modern Chandelier
The latest incarnation of the classic earring is structured and geometric. Wear them during the day—they're not just for evening anymore.

Clockwise, from top left: Emitations, $18; Sequin New York, $98; Auden, $278

Tip: Skip a necklace with these earrings to avoid the "crown jewels" look.

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