Five Ways to Go “Gypset” This Spring

You don't have to be a full-blown flower child to rock a gypsy-meets-jet-set look for spring.

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Something about the promise of beach-bound weekends ahead makes stylish New York ladies dust off their favorite boho pieces. Luckily, you don't have to be a bonafide "gypset" (party gypsy, part jet-set) globetrotter to pull off a little gypsy-chic. Here, we paired Malene Birger's soft fringed pullover ($395 at Net-a-Porter) with funky printed trousers ($70 at Topshop), studded mesh booties ($129 at Zara) and Wendy Nichol's practical "Bullet" bag ($575 at LaGarconne) for a look that still works on a city sidewalk.
Rebecca Taylor's playful paisley top with full lantern sleeves ($295 at Net-a-Porter) pairs perfectly with pin-tuck navy shorts ($45 at Topshop) and woven espadrilles ($130 at Topshop). To finish the look, we added APC's classic drawstring leather tote ($575 at LaGarconne) and woven navy bangles ($5.80 at Forever21) for extra boho flair.
Isabel Marant's breezy floral-embroidered sundress ($1275 at Net-a-Porter) calls for beachy accessories like Forever 21's crocheted mini-bag ($18 at Forever21) and a bright beaded friendship bracelet ($20 at Topshop). Leather cork wedges by APC ($340 at LaGarconne) are as stylish as they are comfy.
A bright, striped sundress ($92 at Topshop) calls for simple leather gladiator sandals ($128 at J.Crew) and a bohemian woven satchel like this Jimmy Choo bag ($2795 at Net-a-Porter). Finally, a mint-green scarf ($8.80 at Forever21) picks up the green closure on the handbag (and ensures against sudden temperature drops).
Sometimes the most unexpected combinations yield the best results.We paired Alice Temperley's lace-embellished rose blouse ($365 at Net-a-Porter) with a modern printed skirt by Yohji Yamamamoto ($1410 at LaGarconne). Zara's beaded suede clutch bag ($89.90 at Zara) lends a touch of gypsy chic, while Topshop's shimmery sandals ($96 at Topshop) compliment the bag's luxe texture.
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