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Welcome to our new feature, Spring Forward, where we look at the trends for spring through the eyes of local boutiques. Meital Bronstein co-founded The Bungalow, a chic boutique known for styling celebrities, musicians and the mainstream alike. Here, three trends she's forecasting for spring: day dresses, baggy pants and effortless entertaining.
Elizabeth & James Greyson Pant in Black, $323; L'Agence Slouchy Pant in Black, $114; PJK/Patterson J. Kincaid Bixie Trouser in Black, $198 [Photos: The Bungalow]
Through Bronstein's The Bungalow newsletter, she's forecasting baggy pants will be all the rage for spring. These looks from Elizabeth & James, L'Agence and PJK/Patterson have a casual look perfect for running errands or lounging on the weekends.
Trina Turk Verbana Dress in Multi, $348; Chaser Silk Maxi in Tapestry, $198; Naven Maxi Dress in Black, $183 [Photo: The Bungalow]
These maxi dresses create the best looks for entertaining and can go with or without shoes.
Just because you're working doesn't mean you have to be uncomfortable, or unglamorous. The day dresses combine comfort with chic lines to make a statement at work.
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