BCBG MAX AZRIA
I love the fantastic ethnic prints/patterns paired with the flowy block colored gowns. Very resort.
CUSHNIE ET OCHS
Michelle & Carly can do no wrong--their clean cut dresses and sharp pleats are to die for.
When I first saw this collection, I instantly thought "So many girls would wear these to prom!," but I love the way Erin cuts her frocks!
MARC BY MARC JACOBS
This set was so comfortable to look at. I'm swooning over the faded denim utility jacket (top center) and the overall ease with this collection.
Alice dresses foxy girls, as evident in her newest collection. Effeminately demure and sexy at the same time, these satin, liquid gowns were perfectly paired with Old Hollywood waves (thank you stylist).
|HOUSE OF HOLLAND|
I've come to expect nothing but fun and games with each and every one of Holland's collections. Punchy stripes paired with loud florals; metallics and fringe textures contribute to the immeasurable but pleasant childishness of his pieces. He's cute too.
I love draped gowns, they're so effortlessly elegant.
ORGANIC BY JOHN PATRICK
Colorblocking is back (rather, has it ever gone away?)! Personally, simplicity can put a collection higher up the ranks if done well. In this case, Gingham and leather in analogous colors is perfectly preppy while blue and yellow make for a happy combination.
Slightly tapered, almost bootcut, trousers have never looked so good with tunics.
DIESEL BLACK GOLD
I found this collection embody the "concrete jungle" - I get this feeling that Diesel tends to be the clothier for chic, urban girls with an affinity for easy but sharp style.
(IMAGES VIA STYLE.COM)
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