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Friday, March 30, 2012

Lauren Bosworth: the Laguna Beach babe turned LA icon.

Lo was first seen assisting Lauren Conrad and other friends throughout the end of their senior year. I love watching a Laguna Beach episode on Netflix and laughing at Lo and Lauren’s Abercrombie & Fitch-esque sense of style. They’ve come so far from a simple high pony-tail, tanks and denim shorts to a black bubble dress and a fishtail braid.  Lo’s sense of style is absolutely incredible—a perfect mix trend, edge, and elegance. To achieve her look, check out her stand-out style moments:
So simple yet so chic. Lo looks so LA rocking a blouse, high waist skinnies and black pumps. This is one of those versatile looks that can easily be dressed up or down for any event.
Lo looks adorable in this easy to pull off ensemble. This look is created with a few basics that most of you probably already own. The nude jacket is the perfect balance to dark shorts and tights. The bottom combo looks put-together, but please do not take this as the okay to wear light wash denim shorts and tights...that is not okay.
This is such a classy, clean look that will flatter any body type. The shape of this dress is fun, young, and sexy without trying too hard with a sheer cutout or a sweetheart neckline. Pair this with some vintage post earrings and nude kitten heels.
By now, I bet you’re realizing why I picked Lo for this week’s style icon. Any casual outfit she rocks is easily turned into a classy ensemble just by substituting one piece of the look for a statement item. Blazers usually look fantastic with skinnies, but Lo opts for a tiered nude skirt for a pretty, girly, detail. She pulls the look together with a boxy black handbag.
Yeah, I’ve been that girl to reject white dresses because they’re so wedding-ish, but white is such a fresh color for spring. If you’re completely against it, check out similar detailed dresses in ivory. To keep a clean look, add bangles or an arm cuff and a beaded clutch.

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