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The best of...spring accents

Kate Spade Wedge, Sarah Aghili Sunglasses, and more

Kate Spade Wedge
Printed wedges are a must for spring, so “aim high” in these stylish shoes. They can even be paired with another print—“just make sure it’s a simple one.”
$258, katespade.com
Source: Real Simple

Sarah Aghili Sunglasses
These shades might be the perfect accessory for the “punk” meets “polished” look we’re seeing this spring. The floral pattern adds a softening touch to even the most edgy ensemble.
$25, sarahaghili.com
Source: Glamour

Iris Clutch
“Raffia is a winner” this season in shoes and bags—a little beachy, a bit bohemian. This “perfect springtime clutch” splashes raffia in a citrusy lemon, with a dash of tangerine on the clasp.
$325, laurenmerkin.com
Source: O, The Oprah Magazine

Cult Gaia Turband
The turban-headband hybrids that ruled spring runways are “one part Old Hollywood glam, one part East Village cool.” They’re also “instant chic-ifiers.”
$38, cultgaia.com
Source: Lucky

Tortoiseshell Bee Cuff
“Instead of piling on every bangle in your jewelry box, focus on one strong piece.” This eye-catching Plexiglas cuff features a swarm of handcrafted brass bees, “each glimmering with a topaz-crystal abdomen.”
$845, alexandermcqueen.com
Source: Vogue

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