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Frugal Fashion: Marguerite Moreau at the Tribeca Film Festival

April 25, 2012 |  7:00 am


It's time to retire your winter coats, bulky sweaters and rain boots for a lighter, brighter wardrobe. At the Tribeca Film Festival, happening now in New York, the stars stepped out in spring's hottest trends -- bright citrus hues and florals. Emma Watson attended the premiere of "Struck by Lightning" in a Miu Miu floral skirt, Michelle Williams hit the red carpet in a floral and neon pleated Giambattista Valli dress and Dakota Fanning was spotted at the Vanity Fair festival party in a pink dress by Lanvin.

"Caroline and Jackie" star Marguerite Moreau put spring's best trends together when she stopped by the festival photo booth in a purple, blue and yellow flower print dress. She framed her florals in citrus brights with a lemon yellow blazer and tangerine heels by Aldo, nail polish and lipstick for extra pops of color.


A floral print dress is a fun and flirty item that can last through the summer and into fall. Try the Ruffle floral belted dress from Delia' for $39.50, the DKNY jeans floral print dress from for $54.99 or switch things up with the flower print bandeau dress from for $60.


Rev up your wardrobe with a blazer in a yellow hue that's sure to turn some heads. Get the Caslon piqué blazer for $69 from, or for a even brighter, neon yellow try the BB Dakota Naples blazer from for $57. To really punch up the look, get the Ivanka Trump Indico heel in shiny tangerine from for $107.99 and Essie's nail polish in geranium for $8.

Happy shopping.

Have an outfit you're dying to buy but need a frugal alternative? Email us a picture. We're up for the challenge.


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-- Jenn Harris

Photo: Actress Marguerite Moreau of "Caroline and Jackie" visits the Tribeca Film Festival portrait studio Sunday in New York. Credit: Larry Busacca / Getty Images