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I Heart Ronson Spring 2012 Lookbook

I always look forward to seeing the I Heart Ronson lookbooks, and the spring 2012 collection is no exception. Designer Charlotte Ronson seems headed in a more feminine, lightheartedly direction. Kinda like when the Urban Outfitters girl graduates to Anthropologie. But that's also the effect that spring usually has on most designers. We've got pops of neon, lightweight knits, florals and platform sandals. Oxfords flats, wide leg pants and boho dresses give the collection a retro vibe. I'm feeling a little Isabel Marant here and I love it! Look for these pieces now in stores and at

UPDATE: I just double-checked availability - these pieces are being released now through April. Select items will only be available in stores. Accessories are not part of the collection.

Photos courtesy of JCPenney
Oooh - I want that striped top! Some very cute pieces here...will definitely be checking out. :-)
#1 Penny Pincher Fashion (Homepage) on 2012-01-10 13:09 (Reply)
I had those denim shorts in every color circa 1995 :-). I do really love the suit in the last picture, hopefully that model is really tall and the skirt will be work-appopriate on us shorties.
#2 Sara (Homepage) on 2012-01-10 13:44 (Reply)
I love the lime green (chartreuse?) patterned maxi dress - at 5'1", I'm pretty sure it'll be floor sweeping on me, lol. The nautical themed look directly above it with the chevron striped tank and paperbag waist denim skirt is lovely as well.
#3 blkrox on 2012-01-10 14:16 (Reply)
I'm kind of loving these, I wonder what they look like in person ...
#4 Megan, The Frugalista Diaries (Homepage) on 2012-01-10 14:42 (Reply)
I like those brown sandals in #5. Are those JCP too?
#5 Dana on 2012-01-10 15:05 (Reply)
Unfortunately, no. JCP does not sell I Heart Ronson footwear.
#5.1 The Budget Babe on 2012-01-11 14:13 (Reply)
I love the striped dress. The belt is super cute.
#6 Nicole O. (Homepage) on 2012-01-11 02:09 (Reply)
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