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- PopSugar City LA: Pressed Juicery returns, Liquid New Theme debuts, and more
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Posts for March 13th 2011
My, what a stylish week it's been! You've been turning it out with your transitional Spring looks. My favorites were the floral print blouse, if I could live in a house on the prairie, ruffles and pink, girls' day out, pop of red, whalin', sequins and sheer, almost Friday, yellow accents, and flower child. Congrats all!
This week, Paris wrapped up our Fall '11 Fashion Week coverage. It was a whirlwind of fashion, and we loved every bit of it. In addition to collection reviews, we zoomed in on all of the amazing footwear and handbags, and let's not forget about the inspiring street-style photos. In between Paris coverage, we also welcomed the upcoming Spring season with a series of must-have warm-weather pieces, and we even showed you how to style your transitional wardrobe. Click through for details — plus more of what you might of missed!
Looking for a sweet Spring 'fit? OnSugar blogger Fashion Funhouse Emporium has you covered with its chic warm weather picks — start shopping!
I've said it before. I like blending in a bit. If you're similar to me, you probably don't feel like fashion needs to look like the line outside an amphitheater at a Lady Gaga concert. While costume is fun, are you really going to wear a raw meat playsuit to your boyfriend's parents house or meet with potential clients while dripping salmonella on the board room table? Then again, some might find that a great marketing ploy. Anyway, I like to stretch my money and style a little further by mixing utilitarian pieces with a dash of interest. 3.1 Phillip Lim does this so well. The look above with a neutral shirt and blue cutout shorts is simple, but not a snoozer.