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Spring is almost here—and we're eager for warmer weather, longer days, and...springier clothes. Here, Carte-Mere editors share the pieces they want to buy for the season ahead, right now.

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This is the perfect SPRING with exclamation points skirt. The white, pleated style is sweet, but it has a high leg slit that makes sure it's not too sweet. - Sally Holmes, Digital Director

Altuzarra Skirt, $394

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I'm all about a flat, and as soon as it's warm enough to let my heels go free, I'm going to be wearing these puppies (or their ) everywhere. - Sally Holmes, Digital Director

Jenni Kayne Mule, $275

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I'm obsessed with Ric Rac and am so happy to see Loeffler Randall bringing it back for Spring. These slides will make taking my dog out to pee a way chicer experience. - Mehera Bonner, Senior Entertainment Editor

Loeffler Randall Birdie Ruffle Slide, $295

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This play on a basic trench from Vivetta is the perfect combination of my Breakfast at Tiffany's-meets-Jean Cocteau dreams. - Mehera Bonner, Senior Entertainment Editor

Vivetta Camel Narciso Trench Coat, $960

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A usual spring day in New York can start out snowing and end in hot rain, so I almost always pair my warm-weather dresses with a bomber, like this crystal-studded one, just in case the temps turn. - Chloe Metzger, Beauty Editor

Givenchy Bomber Jacket, $3,670

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My boyfriend and I are heading to Italy for vacation in a couple months. If this dress doesn’t say ‘sipping aperol spritzes on a dock along the Amalfi Coast,’ I don’t know what does. - Danielle McNally, Senior Features Editor

Robert Rodriguez Dress, $395

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There are myriad reasons why I want this shoe, but here are three: 1) I prefer to only buy things that I can wear both to the office and on the weekends and these are conservative enough to say “I’m a serious editor,” but not so stuffy that I’ll look uptight at boozy brunch; 2) Fur + Pastels = Perfect transitional weather shoe; 3) If it were societally acceptable to wear slippers outside of the house, I would. These mules allow me to do just that. - Danielle McNally, Senior Features Editor

Gucci Shearling Loafer Mules, $995

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As the flowers bloom and birds chirp, sprinklers are popping up across baseball diamonds as Opening Day is set to return in April. What better way to celebrate the new season than with a classic Yankees Cap that also benefits the arts?- Travis McHenry, Designer

MOMA NY Yankees Baseball Cap, $40

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These hand-crafted sneakers are meticulously stitched in Japan with genuine leathers, allowing the wearer to witness the natural weathering over time as they’re worn. If there's another selling point needed, this shoe’s silhouette is in homage to the classic Air Jordan 4's. - Travis McHenry, Designer

Hender Scheme Sneakers, $960

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If you haven’t heard, spring officially belongs to the shirt dress. This two-for-one doubles as a standalone on weekends or tucked into a pair of trousers for a chic office pairing. - Rachel Epstein, Assistant Editor

Elizabeth & James Shirtdress, $192

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I’ve been waiting for the right moment to snag a new pair of booties, which I consider my go-to shoe year-round. Since I’ll finally be able to see my ankles again but don’t want to get too risque (you know, climate change), I'm adding these curved topline booties to my wish list ASAP. - Rachel Epstein, Assistant Editor

Frye Bootie, $278

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Say what you want about the off-the-shoulder—I’m still into it. It’s light enough to keep out sweat but warm enough to withstand an extra breeze. And since I like to mix-and-match my blues, I’m wearing this with a pair of high-rise cigarette jeans or a midi skirt. - Rachel Epstein, Assistant Editor

Elizabeth & James Top, $113

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