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Get a head start on Spring’s hottest items

Get a head start on Spring’s hottest items

With the weather warming up, it is time to forget about your chunky sweaters and over-the-knee boots. Spring time is here, and that means dresses, shorts, and sandals for the sunny days ahead.

As you pack away your heavier winter items and pull out your warmer options, you may be feeling the need to spruce up your spring and summer wardrobe.

Before you tackle all that Northpark or Highland Park Village has to offer, it is best to make a list to narrow the search and save you from wandering aimlessly through the shopping center.

To save you time and keep you sane, here is a compilation of the hottest trends and pieced to add to your closet and where to find them.

Gingham

Steal this classic picnic print to add an edge to your spring staples. Choose from black and white or a bright color to mix it up.

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Denim

Double denim is even bigger this year, so pull out your favorite jean items and layer them for an all denim look or play it safe and pair it with your everyday looks.

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Marigold

This sunflower shade was big on the runways, getting a nod from Cushnie et Ochs, Micheal Kors, and Rosie Assoulin, among many other designers. This color is perfect for beach days and boat rides this summer.

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White lace & cutouts

Romantic whites are always a good idea, and this season designers are paying special attention to them. These pieces are worth investing in because they will last you far beyond just this summer season.

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