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Spring Buys That'll Improve Your Life

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    Spring is so close we can taste it. But, sometimes, the ruts we fall into during the frigid winter are hard to shake. Our wardrobe is tired, our beauty is blah, and our homes could use a little sprucing up, too. To say we're feeling a little blasé is, well, accurate. We're tapped out — sartorially and otherwise — from wearing and doing the same things we've been at since November. Enough is enough! Now that warmer weather is within reach, we prepared the ultimate shopping checklist for a better, springier spring.

    Say sayonara to black tights and puffer jackets, and issue a hearty hello to silk shirts and pastel-colored work essentials. Welcome brighter hues to your pout and, perhaps, a new seasonal style to your bedroom, too. Ahead, we’re shopping 18 life-enhancing items — fashionable investments, tech innovations, and more — that'll help give you that much-needed reboot. After all, change is in the air.



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