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Yes, You Can Wear Yellow
True, the shade can be scary, but here's how to wear it without fear.

A little yellow goes a long way.

Bracelets, Guy & Eva, $47 each, Cross-body bag, Rebecca Minkoff, $225, Work bag, Lulu's, $43,

2 more ways to wear yellow
Tarte Blush & Glow

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Hot Launch: Deesigns by Dee Ocleppo
Cleverly created by Tommy Hilfiger's wife, Dee Ocleppo, these bags feature removable, reversible coverlets so you get two purses for the price of one. My favorite is the Mustique.

Bag, DEESIGNS by Dee Ocleppo, $140,

10 more things fashion insiders are crazy for this spring

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Life Imitating Art
I was amazed by how many runway florals were influenced by classic works. Here’s my version of Fashion Art History:

Vincent van Gogh: Sunflowers.

Dress, $550,

5 more fine art-inspired floral pieces

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Trend Alert: Army Green Watches
Trade your usual black or brown watch for this versatile shade.

From Top: Tokyobay, $80, Divid Yurman, $1,850, Citizen Eco-Drive, $87, Movado Museum, $795, 800-810-2311. Freelook, $150,

5 more must-try spring trends

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How to Wear Pastels
Without looking like you're going to an Easter parade.

With Other Pales
Make sure all your pieces are in the same color family.

Shirt, Equipment, $198, Jacket, James Icon, $326, Pants, Rachel Roy, $348, Bag, Coach, $798,

2 more ways to wear pastels
Maybelline Blush

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Orange Crush: Indulge in Delicious Shades of the Color

The pebbled texture makes a tote seem more expensive than it is.

Bag, Nine West, $69, 800-999-1877 for stores.

9 more ways to wear orange for under $100

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From Runway to O-Way: '60s Proper
I love this take on '60s style. Think Jackie O sophistication as opposed to Austin Powers silliness: ladylike and understated, but not above a good graphic print and whimsical detail. Sweet and chic.

Sweater, $750. Skirt, $2,750. Sunglasses, $495. Earrings, $890. Rings, $350 and $759. Clutch, $8,600. Shoes, $750. All Bottega Veneta,

6 ways to dress '60s proper

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Can You Wear Pajamas During the Day?
Oprah says she would if she could. Here's how to get it right.

Wear the pajama-inspired bottoms as you would palazzo pants; jeweled accents add oomph.

Pants, Elizabeth and James, $325,

2 more ways to wear pajamas during the day

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Navy is the New Neutral
I’ve always been a big proponent of navy instead of black. It flatters more skin tones yet is just as sophisticated. I’m thrilled to see that navy is prominent this spring. It would perfectly match a color-blocked heel, like the one to the left.

Shoes, Tommy Hilfiger, $398,

7 more pieces you can wear with navy

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Sporty Chic Inspired Looks
I’m loving all the sporty looks I saw on the runways—it’s so easy to dress them up for work or down for the weekend.

What could be sportier than bright chartreuse kicks?

Shoes, Tretorn, $95,

7 more sporty chic pieces for under $100

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How to Wear a Striped Blazer
I love a good stripe—and on a blazer is the newest way to wear it.

The New Nautical
With horizontal stripes, keep the rest of the outfit sleek.

Blazer, Hugo, $650,

2 more ways to wear a striped blazer

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Runway Trend to Ignore
I’m all for taking fashion risks—just not ones like...

Even on a model it doesn't look good! If you want a cinched-waist look, wear a wide belt instead.

3 more spring runway trends to ignore

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