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Who better to embody spring’s undone-chic mood than an infinitely stylish Parisian? Record label owner Caroline de Maigret shows us how it’s done—and all under the capable lens of The Selby.
1. Mix in a slouchy, boyish piece: Two-Tone Silk Pants
2. Stand for neutrals: Colorband Skirt
3. Vintage-inspired accessories speak volumes: The Barnwood Boot
4. Add a dose of color: Soft Silk Boyshirt
5. You can’t go wrong with stripes: Studio Sweaterdress