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The easiest way to pull off suede all year long? With an understated tote.
We recommend waterproofing these babies before your first wear. (Bring them to your neighborhood cobbler. He'll do it in a snap.) After that, you'll be ready to step out for spring no matter what the occasion.
Another one of the new silhouettes for spring, the A-line skirt pairs well with T-shirts and sweaters alike. It also comes in tall sizes for you ladies who worry about it being a bit (or way) too short.
So long, cognac. Spring '15 is all about blush pink.
Iris & Ink ($425)
Really want to channel OP? (Hint: She's the one in our cover photo.) Try this fringy number on for size.
Cusp by Neiman Marcus ($360)
The throw-on-and-go dress.
This stair-step pattern was developed by magnifying an ikat print from the Tory Burch runway collection, then piecing it together with strips of buttery nubuck suede. Explains the price tag.
Tory Burch ($1,995)
The one of your dreams.
The Perfext ($1,495)
The one that's more of a reality. Sorta.
525 America ($658)
Over the past few years, leather has been making a serious play to be recast as a “seasonless” fabric (you heard it here first). No longer relegated to your fall wardrobe, leatha’ is now a closet mainstay for spring.
And suede is about to follow suit.
In one of the most head-turning trends to pepper the spring/summer ’15 runways, the soft and delicate fabric has been reinvented to incorporate fresh colors (it ain't all brown) and modern silhouettes, à la this Derek Lam number.
But we know what you’re thinking: Suede is...difficult. Lucky for you, we’ve handpicked a slew of pieces that are particularly easy to wear. And if you really want the whole shebang, here’s how to clean it.
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