17 February 2011
I know you've probably already seen most if not all of these collections posted elsewhere but I like to archive them here for my own reference so you're going to be subjected to them once again. Just bear with me for another spring collection mega-post!
First up... a perennial favorite, APC. As always, it's simple French chic and full of pieces that will be in style pretty much forever.
Sessun's spring collection is full of pretty feminine pieces. I'm a fan of it all, but what I really want is that model's Jane Birkin-esque hair!
Here are a few behind the scenes shots from the Samantha Pleet collection. I'm loving the little round sunglasses and that amazing polka dot bathing suit.
Margaret Howell's spring collection is the perfect mix of girlishness and tomboy. It's making me excited to wear those penny loafers I found.
You Must Create's latest lookbooks seems more geared towards fall than spring to me. It's actually pretty nice for inspiration on those in-between winter and spring days we're having right now. Plus, I really love that it was inspired by WWII era teenagers.
This collection from Juliette Hogan has been around for a while but it didn't really strike a cord with me at the time. But now that the weather is warming the lightweight dresses and floral prints seem just right.
OK, so the next two collections are a bit of a cheat. Since they're both from designers Down Under, they're technically fall/winter collections. This My Pet Square collection has lots of perfect transitional pieces... lightweight capes, soft layers and bare legs. Once again loving the sheer socks with the brown shoes.
The other fall/winter line that seems just as perfect for spring is the I'm Not Like Them collection from Secret Squirrel. Honestly I love this one so much I think it might have deserved its own post. I'm sure I'll be revisiting this one in the fall.
And last but not least, a little teaser from the inspiration board of Nadinoo. I'm really looking forward to seeing the spring collection!
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