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Style on the Street: Runway Rundown
Amid the mixed prints, see-through blouses, and other cheeky designs — many truly wonderful, if not quite right for the office — three runway trends stand out. Here's what really works this season.
Jumpstart your look with shots of color and versatile jackets, dresses, and more that will carry you through the season in style.
Playful textures — look for braiding, weaving, and cut-outs — put a whole lotta spring in your step. Left: House of Harlow 1960 "Nita" platform sandal, $240 at SoleAmour
Style on the Street: Closet Case
Yuka Okajima, 35, on Fenway flash, pajama day, and how her husband, Hideki, shops.
Style on the Street: Neighborhood Watch
Pinkberry, Diane von Furstenberg, and Goorin Bros., oh my! Check out seven can't-miss additions to Boston's most stylish stretch.
Style on the Street: Beauty Insider
Been shopping for makeup lately? Then you know that orange is the new red. Sport the season's hot hue with these tips.
Style on the Street: For the Guys
Move over, Spot. A lightweight wool blazer (no gold buttons or crests, please) is a man's best friend. Here's how to wear it right now — for every occasion.
With a chain strap that can be worn doubled or long, zippered gussets that let it expand when you need more room, four interior pockets and one zippered outer pocket, a key clip, and protective metal feet, the soft leather "Swing" bag by Rebecca Minkoff is the perfect blend of form and function.
Style on the Street: Three Questions
Rachel Sciaba, the owner of Duchess in Newton, dishes about dressing for spring. Her favorite trend? Color — especially variations on blue like turquoise and violet.
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