For their contemporary line, Elizabeth and James, the duo designed a collection which channels a laid-back California vibe. We’re talking onsies (white overalls, cropped jumpsuits, and a strapless wide-legged number), striped separates, mesh skirt dresses, breezy checked button-ups tucked into palm-print pencil skirts, their signature suiting, belt bags and clean flat sandals.
“We’ve been going back and forth to Los Angeles a lot more since opening the Row store there and wanted the clothes to feel fresh and a bit more casual,” explained Mary-Kate.
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Dressing like an effortless Frenchy has never been easier thanks to the explosion of coveted French brands such as IRO.
In IRO’s spring lookbook they take laid back sexy to a new level and show us all how to achieve that certain je ne sais quoi.
From short skirts layered with easy outerwear to high waisted shorts paired with fringe tops, here are 27 IRO outfits to inspire the French side of your spring wardrobe.
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“The first time I laid eyes on For Love & Lemons everyday wearable lace, it was love at first sight,” said Aiche. “The slinky wrap of vines and florals wrapping around the body in lace were the perfect inspiration for my designs. Designing jewels for this beautiful collaboration was a breeze, as they enhance both collections so naturally and organically.”
“We wanted to work with Jacquie because there is nothing out there like her line. She uses incredible stones and has a unique eye for detail,” said For Love & Lemons designers Gillian Rose Kern and Laura Hall. “For the younger, hipper, festival audience, this collaboration lets them layer our SKIVVIES under all these amazing fine jewelry pieces, gorgeous body chains, and ankle bracelets to top off that festival look.”
You can shop the collection which is full of chokers, ankle chains, ear cuffs and vine finger bracelets here. More of the stunning lookbook after the jump,read more