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Spring Forward: Lauren Wynns, Van Bloys, and Casie Mace

Photograph by Trevor Dixon. Hair and makeup by Kim Reyes using Make Up For Ever.

Lauren Wynns and Van Bloys

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Blogging since: 2011. Bloys’s personal aesthetic: “Mid-Atlantic prep meets polished, city-dwelling gentleman.” Currently in Wynns’s closet: Silk dress shorts and rompers. His favorite spring trends: Floral-print ties, chambray dress shirts. Her favorite spring trends: Neon, colored leather, black and white.

On Wynns: Two-layer cap-sleeve blouse in double-faced georgette ($598) and pencil pants in satin floral print ($998), made to order at On Bloys: Black Fleece madras jacket ($675), shirt ($195), and pants ($118) and Rancourt & Co. calfskin buckle loafers ($398), all at Brooks Brothers (Georgetown). Herm├Ęs “Quentin” belt, vintage tie, and Ray-Ban aviator sunglasses, all Bloys’s own.

Casie Mace


Blogging since: 2010. Personal aesthetic: “Classic outfit inspirations with an edgy twist.” Favorite spring trend: “Bright, bright, bright colors.”

Satin-lapel linen blazer by Smythe, $628 at Intermix (3300 M St., NW; 202-298-8080); Alice & Olivia by Stacey Bendet polka-dot jeans, $198 at Saks Fifth Avenue (Tysons Galleria); Funktional image-cut tank, $98 at Redeem (1734 14th St., NW; 202-332-7447). Mace’s own Nordstrom Entier shoes and BaubleBar necklace.

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