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Nanette Lepore dress, $298 (Soho Boutique, Hyde Park, 513-321-6930)
MacKenzie-Childs Flower Market Colander, $48 (Gattles, Montgomery, 513-871-4050)
Claus Porto Rozan soap, $10 (Fig Leaf, Hyde Park, 513-321-2970)
Coach Poppy Kasey flat, $48 (Coach, Kenwood, 513-745-0235)
Carrot & Gibbs bow tie, $55 (Romualdo, Madeira, 513-561-9010)
Alexis Bittar Flora daisy pin, $295 (Cincinnati Art Museum Shop, Eden Park, 513-721-2787)
Bohm necklace, $77 (Ute’s Downtown Girl, Montgomery, 513-984-8837)
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