Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Lauren Conrad Takes The Runway

In Hollywood, going greedy has always been an age-old fad. Those days, celebrities tend to adopt new entertainment-based careers (think singing, acting, modeling etc..) as a mean of expanding their horizons within the entertainment industry.

But these days, fashion has taken the mainstage and the Tinseltown residents feel that they know what's hot and not for their fans ... in fashion to be exact.

Starting with Jennifer Lopez and her youth-oriented JLo by Jennifer Lopez (now JustSweet) to rapper Eve with Fetish and Gwen Stefani with her loveable L.A.M.B, the fad continues with the participation of actress Lauren Conrad from MTV's reality drama series The Laguna Beach and The Hillz with her self-titled brand.

Though Conrad's involvement with fashion may sou
nd unserious to her critics, the reality drama star had proven her prowess to many that she too could be a fashion designer with caliber and full of charisma, standing on the same height as her established and renowned competitors (again people, think Jenny and Gwen or Madge) and design nice and comfortable clothes that truly fits a Californian girl lifestyle.

In fact, her clothing designs, as well as her accessories for renowned accessories purveyor Linea Pelle fare far better than those so-called fashionable merchandises designed by the Queen of Beverly Hills skanks Paris Hilton, making them worth every dollars and cents spent.

Bringing out the Californian girl in you, as the tagline says, Conrad's offering of spring/summer 2008 ready-to-wear is just something a real Californian girl-next-door can't simply resist.

Though simple and laidback may be the best words to describe her latest collection, Lauren also has a pair of serious eyes on details that later translated as her effort in creating the best look possible for not just her fans, but true fashionistas who aren't afraid to set their own standard in styling. Now, put an array of desirable color palette and womanly silhouettes into
the math, and voila, summer would be absolutely incomplete without Lauren Conrad collection!

Combining the style essences of sexy 60's popular culture icon Brigitte Bardot and Conrad's own sense of fashion, invest in some must have pieces from this collection.

Must have pieces include the trendy and comfortable spaghetti strap tank top with gathered details on the front and a pair of cool high-waisted denim shorts with paneled front pockets to relive that legendary Daisy Duke look in the iconic Duke of Hazards film.

If you prefer for demure and relaxed girl-next-door look but wanted to retain that traditional feminine appeal, then look no further to Conrad's pastel-colored tank top with long black cardigan and black leotards.

Of course, dresses are a must in every girls' closet no matter what the season is. So get your hands on these three must-have dresses of the season - Lala printed strapless dress, Minnie strapless dress, and Lola halter dress.

Suitable to be worn on everyday basis or maybe just for hanging out with friends at the beach or go shopping, the graphic printed Lala dress embodies classiness and mimics the qualities of style of the 50's and 70's. As the sun slips below the horizon, romance the summer nights with your loved one in either Lola halter dress, which is flowing and sexy or the desirable Minnie dress with intricate bow and tiered ruffle detailing on the front.

Last but not least, never ever leave your house without the right accessory. Therefore, complete your Lauren Conrad spring/summer look with an accessory to boot - Lauren Conrad's handbag for Linea Pelle.

Exclusively designed for the leather goods purveyor, the bag provides you with that sophistication and elegance that you will need to mesmerize the eyes of beholders. Oh, and don't forget a pair of Manolos or Choos for the final touch!

Lauren Conrad's spring/summer 2008 collection and Lauren Conrad for Linea Pelle are available now at selected retailers all across United States. For international shoppers, the collection can also be purchased online via Lauren Conrad Collection website.

*Photos courtesy of Lauren Conrad Collection.

Lauren Conrad at Kitson - 115, S. Robertson Boulevard, Los Angeles, 90048

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