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Spring Basics

In honor of a friend who asked that we make the GET clothing ideas easier to purchase, we teamed up with Net-a-Porter to do just that. Below are some of my picks for spring, great pieces which are versatile enough to wear to the office and during your summer leisure time.

Option 1: The Long Jersey Dress

Dressed Up

Wear a long jersey dress with a silk blazer and statement sandals.
Also pictured: Isharya bangles, Giles and Brother earrings.

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Casual

Add a pop of color with a neon tank underneath.

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Option 2: The Short Flirty Jacket

Dressed Up

Take a jean skirt to work with high heel sandals, a statement jacket, and a satchel instead of a briefcase.

Also pictured: Azzedine Alaia heels; Isabel Marant necklace; Lee Angel bracelets.

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Casual

The jacket travels poolside with a bright bikini and white jean shorts.

Also pictured: Kenneth Jay Lane ring.

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Option 3: The Printed Dress

Dressed Up

Give a flowing printed dress some structure with a menswear-inspired blazer, a boxy purse and a leather belt.

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Casual

Mix your prints with a flowered dress, animal-inspired shoes and a striped sweater.

Also pictured: Mallarino snake bracelet.

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