Lauren Conrad for Kohl’s dress (see options below); Target belt; Payless heels; Forever 21 sunglasses (splurge, save); ℅ Misguided clutch.
My passion Lauren Conrad started approximately six years ago, when I was up in the middle of night feeding my newborn and would catch episodes of Laguna Beach on TV. I would stay up longer than my baby, watching in fascination as these rich teenagers lived a drama filled life. I was hooked. LC’s early fashion years remind me of mine, meaning we all looked horrible in white eyeliner and those ghastly black, thick soled sandals. And while my style evolution isn’t as refined as Lauren’s, I find I can get a piece of her by wearing her clothes and accessories from Kohl’s (and doesn’t THAT sound stalker-ish?)
The truth is, I go in and out of Kohl’s infrequently, but when I do I always make a beeline for the LC by Lauren Conrad collection. I have never been disappointed by anything of hers I have bought, and find it all fairly timeless as well. She has girly, figure flattering pieces that just work on everyone, in my opinion. My most recent obsessions are her shoes and accessories. I picked up these strappy black heels last month, and find them the perfect minimalist heel. I also bought chevron midi rings, these stackable heart rings, and some hoop and dainty earrings lately. I’m not the best earring wearer, but hers are small and dainty, and not fussy, something I like. Minimalist jewelry is where my true passion is on a daily basis, I hate fussing with anything and get annoyed by jewelry easily. LC’s jewelry is small enough and light enough to feel like you are actually wearing nothing, and that appeals to me.
In the end, I just think that everything she creates is so wearable, and I really connect to her aesthetic. She knocks it out of the park, consistently. I heart her (in the most un-creepy way, possible.)
Tell me, do you love LC’s line at Kohl’s? What do you think of her design aesthetic?
P.S. See how I styled this dress in the snow, HERE.
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