Westchester Boutique Owners’ Favorite Fashion Trends for Spring 2013

Trending now: Looking to spiff up your wardrobe? For a fresh take on what’s hot for spring, we chatted with our area’s au courant boutique owners.



“Laser cuttings or exposing your skin in cutout dresses, sheer panels, and
stripes are all really in. Also, for colors, green, and black-and-white.”
 —Lynn Puro, March Boutique in Briarcliff Manor 

“Vibrant colors like orange, first popular last year, and now blue, in shades
from ice to sky to turquoise, especially in prints. Also, lightweight
leather and suede novelty jackets in neutral colors.”
 —Eric Newland, Designer One in Larchmont

“The look is happy for day, with dresses in bright colors, and elegant
and subdued for the evening, with lace and illusion, in black, navy, and gray.”
—Lisa Taubes, The Look in Rye Brook

“Denim, in distressed and boyfriend styles, and a lot of leather.
Also, white and black with pops of oranges and corals.”
—JoAnne Rovelli, Beginnings Boutique in Scarsdale

“Luxury leathers, in lightweight, thin leggings and flirty skirts; and sexy,
peek-a-boo blouses and lacy, silk, or sheer tops. Also, a lot of black and whites.”
—Lori Land, Churchills of Mount Kisco in Mount Kisco

“There’s an amazing amount of color, including neon, with very
colorful dresses in a lot of prints, with some brought back by Pucci.”
—Robin White, New York Dolls in Mount Kisco

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