Lauren Conrad’s Paper Crown Spring 2013 Collection

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Lauren Conrad's Paper Crown Spring 2013 Collection

Lauren Conrad’s contemporary line Paper Crown brings a new collection for the Spring 2013 season. The collection consists of numerous dresses, romantic tops and feminine skirts. The line goes on sale in February at Paper Crown’s online store.

The collection is designed in light neutral colors with pops of coral and navy. The fabrics include lace, leather look fabric in leggings and metallic sequins in some pieces. The latest trends such as stripes and metallics are just subtly incorporated into the range.

Lauren Conrad's Paper Crown Spring 2013 Collection

The line is full of feminine pieces that are perfect for Spring time. They can be mixed and matched and extensively accessorized. The leather look leggings go almost with any top in the collection and there are also a couple of cropped pants in navy and light peach.

The shorts can also be found in the line. There are also skirts in midi length in coral and navy blue and white stripes. These can be worn with numerous blouses, shirts, and tops, neutral, printed or decorated with ribbons and ruffles.

Lauren Conrad's Paper Crown Spring 2013 Collection

Dresses are sweet but there are also some figure-hugging numbers. The day dresses come in a variety of styles and fabrics. There is a cream white shift lace dress and a layered skirt dress made from same lace. There is a beige wrap dress and a sweet gray shift dress with A line skirt and bow decorations.

There are also dressier frocks like the navy numbers with draped sleeves and side slit in the maxi one and there is a metallic short party dress.

The collection also includes a white jacket that goes great with a striped top and a dressy sequined blazer that adds a sparkle to the neutral top. What do yout think about Lauren Conrad’s Paper Crown Spring 2013 collection?

Paper Crown Spring 2013 Collection

 

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Mona Lis

A fashion enthusiast with passion for extremes; simple cuts vs. mad complexity, monochromatic pallets, and crazy color schemes. Interested in fashion from a perspective of a 'perfect look', 'outfit puzzles', and shopping.