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Olsenboye Spring 2012 Lookbook




JCPenney has been impressing us more and more each season, and the Olsenboye Spring 2012 lookbook is no exception. From fashion powerhouses Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen, this affordable collection of apparel and accessories (yes, that includes the leopard wedges!) shows adorable sundresses, breezy tops and cute skirts for spring. Inspired by springtime in Paris, the collection features floral prints, seaside stripes and plenty of ruffles. It's available at JCPenney and/or jcp.com now through March. This line might be for teens but I wouldn't mind owning the shoes and the sailor dress. See anything you like?























Photos courtesy of JCPenney
Comments
I concur; that sailor dress is perfection!
#1 K (Homepage) on 2012-01-17 20:05 (Reply)
I love the first dress, but also I see some other pieces I can see myself wearing them. Great collection and thank you so much for sharing.
#2 Berty Morales (Homepage) on 2012-01-18 11:40 (Reply)
I think this is one of the best lines at JCP even though I am probably no where near their target demographic.

Isn't the foldover bag from one of their earlier collections?
#3 Sara (Homepage) on 2012-01-18 22:24 (Reply)
I feel terrible for saying this - but I am not a fan. Some of the prints look like old school Kmart, just not pretty. The cuts don't seem super flattering and easy to work with. The colors are sometimes odd.

Maybe I am too old for this look? But, I can appreciate teen and college style. Its a miss in my opinion.
#4 Allison (Homepage) on 2012-01-18 22:40 (Reply)
I have to skip this one. It's a bit of a childish line, even though I'm university-age, and definitely not a selection of good cuts for girls with boobs.
#5 Alys on 2012-01-25 20:50 (Reply)
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