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Lighten Up

Las Vegas is right in the middle of that weather phase where the winter coat is way too much, but a cotton cardigan won’t cut it, either. That’s where this super light lamb leather jacket from Vince comes in. It’s so thin you won’t even notice you’re wearing a jacket — until everyone else notices it. Vince lamb leather jacket, $345, Saks Fifth Avenue

Shoe In

You might remember jellies from the days you wore them while playing Barbies, but the transparent shoes are all grown up now. Stuart Weitzman’s first all-jelly collection boasts everything from rain boots to ballet flats to summer sandals. Crystals and stylish hardware really pretty them up. Stuart Weitzman Jellies Pellets flats, $140, Stuart Weitzman

Silver Fox

All those studs that decorated your biker babe look last season follow you into spring, but not all of them are on your shoes and belts. MAC’s new nail lacquer, Studded, finds a creative way to keep your motor runnin’ without donning any black leather this season. MAC Studded nail lacquer, $12, MAC counters

Blues Clues

In case you haven’t heard, denim is invading boutiques, runways and closets everywhere this spring. For mommies who like their daughters to look like their own personal Mini-Me, that means toddlers will be sporting it, too. BabyGap’s new 1969 Premium Denim collection is for babies 0-24 months old. BabyGap 1969 girls jean jacket, $29.50, babyGap at Town Square

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