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A Map And A Morgan

There are so many covetable pieces in Lauren Moffatt's spring/summer 2012 collection and I mean that quite literally--it's one of the largest collections I've seen. Still, with piece after piece of warm weather perfect pieces, I have no complaints. Having seen it in person, I'm coveting tiny star sequins, lightweight crochet, and artistic brushstrokes.

7 comments:

Jessica said...

Ahhhhh I'm in love with all these dresses! totally my style!

Clas, clas, class! said...

Me encanta esta coleccion.
Es muy bonita.

http://clasclasclass.blogspot.com.es/

Un beso, juan.

Kate Flâneur said...

They are all so adorable!! First is definitely my favorite :) :)Didn't know this brand existed, so ty!
-xoxo-
http://fashionableflaneur.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Gasp! I love those dresses and blouses! thanks for posting! thebluekazoo

Colleen Beaty said...

I dunno. The patterns are interesting, but from the pictures it seems more like clothes designed for little girls, biggened up, and then put on a skinny model. Maybe if they were a bit more tailored I would be less skeptical.

I like the skirt in the last outfit, though. Very pretty, and it looks nice with that lace top.

Rebecca, The Clothes Horse said...

@Colleen Beaty, interesting criticism, but I don't see how little girls' clothes made larger is a problem really. Not every fit has to be tailored and I personally find breezy/loose pieces perfect for summer heat...

Colleen Beaty said...

It's just a trend I've noticed in fashion recently - women's clothes that look like they're made for little girls, and little girls' clothes that look like they're made for grown, sexy women. I'm not a fan, but if the clothes make you feel comfortable, sexy, beautiful, or whatever, then I say wear away :)