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3 looks to liven up your spring wardrobe

Paul Rodriguez / Orange County Register

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By Julie Gallego
The Orange County Register
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Perforated leather moto jacket by ASTR ($88) plus Marc by Marc Jacobs mesh tank ($198) and printed skater skirt ($258), accessorized by a white Rebecca Minkoff M.A.C. bag ($395), Rachel Roy bright "Brigitte" flats ($225) and colorful bangles by Alexis Bittar ($65), Kate Spade ($38) and Cara ($38) are examples of trends in stores now. Clothing courtesy of Nordstrom.

Paul Rodriguez / Orange County Register

Black and white and checks are huge for spring, and wearing them in a classic sheath is an ideal way to work the trend. Here: Kate Spade New York "Lorelei" dress ($378); Alexander McQueen black and white shoulder bag; Chanel sunglasses and Sequin bangle ($28). Clothes courtesy of Nordstrom.

Paul Rodriguez / Orange County Register

Pairing bright colors in an unexpected mix is a real-life answer to spring's head-to-toe color trend. Here: BCBG Max Azria two-tone sheath ($268); Alexander Wang's leather satchel ($795); Vince "Celeste" pump ($350) with colored bangles by Sequin ($25 to $28); and Tory Burch's "Lucas" link necklace ($295). All available at Nordstrom.com.
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