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Lauren Conrad On Spring DO’s & Do Not’s
March 17, 2010, 2:06 pm
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Lauren Conrad dished to Glamour Magazine her favorite spring Do’s & Do Not trends.

On Knee Socks: Ooh. I love them in an editorial look. When I think knee socks I always go to that Sex and the City scene where Carrie wore them with a heel, which looked amazing but I’ve tried to do it and I can’t. I think if it peeks out of a tall boot, like a riding boot, it works, but generally it’s hard to pull off.
The lingerie-inspired trend: That’s a Do! I love that trend. It’s about finding the lingerie inspired pieces, rather than wearing actually lingerie. And it’s about layering–you want one piece in there, whether it’s a cami or just some small lace detail on another piece. You don’t want to show too much, but I think it’s so feminine.

Double Denim; AKA the “Texas Tuxedo”? Don’t. I can’t do denim on denim. There are usually one or two trends a season I just don’t get and this one of them. It’s a hard look to class up.

Watercolor Prints? DO! I love watercolor prints. I think they’re very romantic and kind of timeless. I almost did too much of it with this collection. When we were shopping for prints with Kohl’s everything I picked was watercolor and floral. They’re very in because of the whole Alice in Wonderland thing.

Trend of the season so far, hot pants? Um…I love them in editorial. YSL just did one that looks fabulous on a model but I don’t think they’re something you can wear every day. I’d say try it as a bathing suit bottom instead. You can’t wear them to the club, because you’re going to look like one of the dancers, but they could look cute on the beach!


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