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HER: Stella McCartney silk scoop-neck dress, $1,695, Denis Colomb cashmere wrap, $520, and Comme des Garcons blue sandals, $520, all from Linda Dresner, Birmingham; 248-642-4999. TSE cashmere cardigan in poppy, $595, Neiman Marcus, Somerset Collection South, Troy; 248-643-3300. Pebble necklace, $138, at area Nordstrom stores. HIM: Luciano Barbera suede jacket, $2,795, Palmine Plus cashmere sweater, $350, Vigano khaki pants in Cortella, $235, and Paraboot Chatillion Galaxy shoe, $425, all at Carl Sterr, Birmingham; 248-645-6675.

 

HER: Emery tunic, $148, from Lily Pulitzer, Somerset Collection South, Troy; 248-649-5167. Corey Lynn Calter spotted gauze skirt, $128, and basket-weave belt, $34, both at Anthropologie stores. Theory “Stevie” green pylon jacket, $315, and Ted Rossi leather bangles, $60-$110, all from Scott Gregory, Bloomfield Hills; 248-203-9050. Kate Spade “Miranda” slides, $195, Neiman Marcus, Somerset Collection South, Troy; 248-643-3300. HIM: Mike & Chris Brunswick hoodie, $230, and Trovata woven shirt, $145, both from Barneys Co-Op, Somerset Collection South, Troy; 248-205-7000. Nom de Guerre jeans in Selvedge, $248, from Peasant, Birmingham; 248-203-6470. Nantucket woven espadrille in tan, $185, from Cole Haan, Somerset Collection South, Troy; 248-816-6947.

 

HER: Lux woven kimono dress, $58, from Urban Outfitters. Xhilaration for Target cardigan, $18, and Xhilaration for Target zebra slides, $13.49, at Target stores. Rubbish knit jersey scarf, $16,
Kool Konnections scrolled bangle, $12, and thin bangles, $10/set of three, available at Brass Plum in area Nordstrom stores. HIM: Vintage polo, $42.50, and broken-in chinos, $60, at J. Crew stores. Mossimo Supply Co., leather flip-flops, $17, Target stores. Christys London newsboy cap, $45, Carl Sterr, Birmingham; 248-645-6675.
 

 

 

 

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