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In the mood for a soft and romantic updo that does not require a trip to the salon? The hair at the Dolce & Gabbana spring 2015 show is exactly what to look for––a soft, effortless and even messy look. The models wore luxurious loose buns built on a perfect juxtaposition of texture and lavish floral arrangements or jewel-encrusted crowns. This look is perfect for the day or the evening and best yet requires minimal effort. To emulate the romantic Spanish look from the Dolce & Gabbana show, click through to style notes for a step-by-step guide. –– Michelle Rotbart

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We never met a braid we didn’t like, and apparently everyone in fashion loves them as much as we do. From the models seen at DKNY to Michael Kors, plaits were very popular within the Spring 2015 collections. This weeks favorite braid is the neo-bohemian plait we saw at Mara Hoffman ( remember we did say that the festival trend was taking off!) The beauty team at Mara Hoffman, created the messy braid to match the brands California cool-girl vibe. And we were just dying to get the know-how. We even learned a new braiding technique in the process, but don’t worry, even if you are as lazy as us when it comes to putting looks together, this one is super easy and the messier it looks the better. Care to try this look on? Click through to stylenotes to get the details. –– Michelle Rotbart

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It was released with spring ’15 in mind, but this is the perfect collection to take us into the long weekend. The latest ad campaign from Rosa Cha, the Brazilian beachwear label, Barbara Palvin, Erin Heatherton, Frida Gustavsson, and Taylor Marie Hill star in a large selection of images where fun and frolics and good times with friends is the life-affirming theme. There’s just enough of the summer season left to take inspiration from these images to run to the beach in tie-dyes, ruffles, and carefree textured hairstyles. See the full spread in the style notes.

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