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Spring Has Sprung

The snow is thawing, the ice has melted, I am receiving my daily allotment of Vitamin D, and spring seems to be creeping around the corner. Even little bulbs find themselves poking through the soil and tulips are back in our local bodega. We’ve officially entered the season of pastel hues and lawn picnics.

Spring Has Sprung
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  1.  – The Sia cropped T-shirt in slub-cotton by Elizabeth and James is the perfect peach.
  2.  – Crafted from crisp cotton sateen, this classic pencil skirt sports a lush and lemony floral print that’s arguably a wearable work of art. It’s from Italy’s Luigi Verga, founded in 1940 and famous for its digital and hand-painted motifs.
  3.   – A simple, elegant leather sandal with a single wide strap at the front and leather heel cup at the back. Go ahead and frolic.
  4.  – Functional, versatile, yet playful, the Sally is a key bag for Spring ’15.
  5.  – A delicate gold bracelet featuring a spring green enamel diamond-shaped clasp. Go green.
  6.  – Betsey Johnson’s Spring Fling purple flower rhinestone stud earrings belong in your costume jewelry collection.
  7.  – Guard against the unpredictable seasonal weather with Burberry Prorsum’s  umbrella.
  8.   – This elegant pillow adds a luxurious style accent to the home. It’s hand loomed from a blend of beautifully soft llama, merino wool, pure merino sheep fur detailing.
  9. – As inspiration Stelton watched the changing colors of Danish nature. The highly insulated glass insert in these jugs will keep your beverages hot (or cold) whilst looking great. Perfect for your morning coffee, afternoon tea or spring-time lemonade.
  10.  – Go ahead and celebrate the weather. The unique design of GoVino’s set of four champagne flutes makes it easy to enjoy all your favorite bubbly on-the-go.
  11.  – Sharon Montrose has a way with animals. This little flamingo is better and brighter than your favorite plastic lawn ornament.
  12. – Even if you don’t possess a green thumb, you can still bring the tranquility of nature into your home with artist Melissa Moore’s illuminated ecosystem. A minimal, contemporary bell jar frames and protects the fragile mosses and spindly greens inside.

“In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt.” ― Margaret Atwood, Bluebeard’s Egg

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