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Shop these items and more on Polyvore. Michele Janezic is not only the buyer at Mill, but she also serves as head stylist and store manager. She's in the retail trenches and has her finger on the pulse of upcoming trends. And you can count on Mill (sister store to men's shop Unionmade) for ways to subtly work trends into your wardrobe without looking like a fashion victim. Because above all, the store values quality pieces that will stand the test of time.
"There's nothing we love more than pieces that reflect craftsmanship, refinement and a timeless quality," Janezic tells us. That said, trends make fashion fun, and even the staunchest traditionalist can appreciate a new silhouette now and then. Check out the genius ways Michele styles her three favorite spring trends with staples you probably already have in your closet, plus shop the looks in our gallery!
- Michele Janezic at Mill
- Trend #1, Neutrals: an earthy and clean palette. Gallego Desportes sleeveless back-buttoned shirt in blue check; $326; elastic belt pants
- Samuji Amber shirt in Antoinette white, $290; Magnolia ivy sweater in nutria,
- Levi's Made & Crafted luxe shirt in white, $186; empire skinny in salt,
- Trend #2, Prints: Playful and easy to pair with denim. Cotton penguin trousers in navy and beige check, $248
- Apiece Apart, Augustina button down shirt in nude; $350; Pietra skinny pants in vino blocks,
- Folk V top in brick print, $310; pipe trouser in brick print, $368
- Trend #3, wide-legged pants: Chimala jeans, $495
- Linen mixture label trousers in green, $373
- Linen wide culottes in olive, $133
- Pleat culotte in black, $480
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