Second City Style gets the scoop on the hot shoe trends for spring direct from Simon Doonan of Barneys.
The Fashion Bomb finds 50 spring ready trenches, denim jackets, and cotton blazers under $150.
Allie is Wired has the scoop on Madonna's new "Material Girl" clothing line.
Coquette finds some stylish t-shirts to dress up your spring!
Stylehive says that the latest doodle print trend puts a whole new stylish spin on scrawling.
The Budget Fashionista previews the Martin + Osa Spring 2010 Collection of nautical and safari prints.
Omiru says you can easily trade in your rocker chic blacks for something a bit more feminine with Peaches and Pinks.
Shopping and Info loves the wedge platform espadrilles trend that Jennifer Aniston wore in the Bounty Hunter movie.
Finally, a truly stylish AND affordable eco-tote at Bag Snob.
The Shoe Goddess shows you how to do polka dots with these retro Tabitha Simmons Slingbacks!
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StyleBakery hunts down this season's most-wanted shoe styles – all for under $150.
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The Jet Set Girls are giving away Physician's Formula Makeup!
The Beauty Stop examines Leighton Meester's huge beauty don't.
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