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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

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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;

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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

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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

Photo: Courtesy of Burberry

Looks Good on Everyone: Burberry's New Line
The pale frames disappear into the face, making them more flattering than dark ones.


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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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