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Spring Fashion Accessories

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From festive outdoor concerts at Lafayette Square to French Quarter Fest food tent hopping to joyful Easter parades, New Orleans is all aflutter with spring fever; and we’ve got just the accessories to suit every delightful occasion on your social agenda.



Pretty up your peepers with a pair of clear pink Vue DC. frames, handmade in France. Art & Eyes, 3708 Magazine St., 891-4494, ArtAndEyesNola.com

He will be sipping proper in a pink silk Wetlands tie. NOLA Couture, 2928 Magazine St., 319-5959; 528 St. Peter St., 875-3522; NolaCouture.com

Step stylish in a pair of silver metallic leather Morna platforms. Feet First, 4122 Magazine St., 899-6800; 526 Royal St., 569-0005; FeetFirstStores.com

A lengthy 40-inch rolo-style chain with Fleur de Knots is the perfect accent to a soft spring blouse. Cristy’s Collection, Adler’s, 722 Canal St., 523-5292; 3301 Veterans Blvd., 523-5292; Detour Nola, 3363 Severn Ave., 862-6652; CristyCali.com

Showcase some brass of your own with a duet of hand-cut Harmony earrings. Hess and Co, ShopHessAndCo.com

The calf leather shoulder straps on this stylish tote offer sophisticated flair, while the iPad compartment keeps you prepped for correspondence. Elizabeth’s, 204 Metairie Road, 833-3717

Have a bohemian fling with a fringe bucket bag in go-with-everything gunmetal from Flying Fox. ShopFlyingFox.com; Buff Beauty Bar, 720 Carondelet St., 522-2833; Perlis, 6070 Magazine St., 895-8661; Head Over Heels, 3112 Magazine St., 603-3234

Dress up his ankles in funky Supima cotton socks from Ace & Everett. Various colors and prints available. Friend, 600 Carondelet St., 342-2162, FriendNewOrleans.com


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