Six Bloggers Take DVF's Spring Looks For A Spin

See how Julie Sariñana of Sincerely Jules, Aimee Song of Song of Style, and more amazing bloggers style looks from Diane von Furstenberg’s latest collection.

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    Diane — if we may be so bold as be on a first-name basis — really outdid herself this season. Her spring line, chock-full of upbeat colors, savanna-themed prints, full skirts, and flowing maxi dresses, is hitting a style home run. As an ode to DVF, we asked six fashion bloggers to each create a spring-centric outfit using pieces from the collection. Keep reading to see the stylish results and shop their ensembles today!

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    The Blonde Salad

    "I tried to give the Madonnna Short ($265) and Bryn Printed Chiffon Peasant Blouse ($265) a bit more of a rocker attitude by adding a small black and leopard print bag, maxi sunglasses, and a sleeveless trench coat to the mix," says Chiara Ferragni of The Blonde Salad.

     

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    The Blonde Salad

    On Chiara: DVF Madonnna Short ($265) and Bryn Printed Chiffon Peasant Blouse ($265)

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    The Native Fox

    “[It was] love at first sight when I saw Karlie Kloss wearing the Adrianna Maxi Dress ($598) down DVF's Spring 2014 runway!” Jennifer Grace of The Native Fox says.

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    The Native Fox 

    “I opted to pair it with Converse All-Stars, and the result is perfect for music festival season.”

    On Jennifer Grace: DVF Adrianna Maxi Dress ($598)

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    The Native Fox

    On Jennifer Grace: DVF Adrianna Maxi Dress ($598)

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    Sincerely, Jules

    “I love wearing flowy dresses, as it makes it easy for me to be comfortable while looking effortlessly chic,” Julie Sariñana of Sincerely Jules says. 

    On Julie: DVF Vail Printed Silk Tunic Dress ($598) and 440 Envelope Colorblock Snake Clutch ($265)

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    Sincerely, Jules

    “The Vail Printed Silk Tunic Dress ($598) is fun yet versatile—I can throw on a pair of strappy heels for a night out, or I can wear my classic Converse for a weekend brunch.”

    On Julie: DVF Vail Printed Silk Tunic Dress ($598) and 440 Envelope Colorblock Snake Clutch ($265)

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    Sincerely, Jules

    On Julie: DVF Vail Printed Silk Tunic Dress ($598) and 440 Envelope Colorblock Snake Clutch ($265)

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    Song of Style

    “I’ve always found flare skirts to be flattering for any body type, and for me, the shorter the better,” Aimee Song of Song of Style says. 

    On Aimee: DVF Amelia Printed Flared Skirt ($298) and Sutra Mini Leather Crossbody Bag ($295)

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    Song of Style

    “However, the Amelia Printed Flared Skirt ($298) hem, which falls right above the knee, combined with its high waist, makes it perfect to style with another spring favorite: crop tops.”

    On Aimee: DVF Amelia Printed Flared Skirt ($298) and Sutra Mini Leather Crossbody Bag ($295)

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    Song of Style

    On Aimee: DVF Amelia Printed Flared Skirt ($298) and Sutra Mini Leather Crossbody Bag ($295)

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    Style Scrapbook

    I love the Jaelyn dress ($425) because it’s simple,” Andy Torres of Style Scrapbook says. 

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    Style Scrapbook

    “Black and white garments go with everything, which is why I decided to throw in a pop of color with the burgundy varsity jacket, and I will probably be wearing it with colored blazers this summer.”

    On Andy: DVF Jaelyn dress ($245)

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    Style Scrapbook

    On Andy: DVF Jaelyn dress ($245)

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    We Wore What

    “A little animal action never hurt anybody, and DVF agrees,” Danielle Bernstein of We Wore What says. 

    On Danielle: DVF Atlas Printed Relaxed Trousers ($325)

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    We Wore What

    “I'm loving the fun print on DVF's Atlas Printed Relaxed Trousers ($325). They can be worn super casually, but are clearly not boring. I love them paired with a crop top and high tops for a day of running around sunny NYC. 

     

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    We Wore What 

    On Danielle: DVF Atlas Printed Relaxed Trousers ($325)

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