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Allen B. for JCPenney Fall 2010 Collection




Thanks to JCPenney, we've got the complete lookbook for the Allen B. Fall 2010 Collection, a trendy and fun collection of dresses and sportswear designed by LA-based Allen B. Schwartz, available this month. Some things we've seen before: Plaid, leggings, studs and zippers, boyfriend cardigans, black blazers and denim. Some things are new, like the denim harem pants, a trend I've spotted in a few places recently and don't plan to follow. Prices range from about $69.30 for a studded jacket to $15.40 for peek-a-boo leggings. I love the cowlneck sleeveless dress with ruffle ($49.99), dress with rhinestone embellished shoulder ($39.99), and navy/white stripe dress ($39.99) -- basically all the dresses! The jackets are pretty fab, too, I can imagine lots of ways to wear the hooded jacket or military jacket ($69.30 each). Click through to see all the looks. Which pieces stand out for you?































Photo credit: JCPenney
Comments
I'm loving the ruffle cowl neck dress - those denim harem pants are a little much... ;-)
#1 Megan, The Frugalista Diaries (Homepage) on 2010-08-03 13:03 (Reply)
I second the vote on the blue cowl neck dress.
#2 TexNYQueen on 2010-08-03 13:23 (Reply)
Tons of fun pieces. I can't wait to shift my alter ego from cowgirl back to rocker!
#3 Sally (Homepage) on 2010-08-03 13:52 (Reply)
Love it, even though I don't like legging those studded ones are killer! I'm also feeling those satin cargo pants and the last black studded top. I will be at JCP when these hit the racks!
#4 budget chic (Homepage) on 2010-08-03 19:42 (Reply)
I may have to go to JP because the new Bisou/Allen B lines have some nice offerings.
#5 Adjua (Homepage) on 2010-08-04 23:43 (Reply)
i NEED that blazer!!! i went to the jcp site and the blazer was nowhere to be found!! :-(
#6 michele on 2010-08-05 03:40 (Reply)
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