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Bisou Bisou for JCPenney Spring 2012 Lookbook




Spring is in full effect, and you can feel the heat in the Bisou Bisou Spring 2012 lookbook. With the brand's signature prints ever present, Bisou Bisou showcases tribal print tops, vintage florals and vivid maxi skirts and dresses. In addition to the bright and eclectic prints, the collection is also chock-full of colored denim and color blocking - like fuchsia skinny jeans and a cobalt blue sateen blouse. I can't say that a denim maxi skirt is on my spring fashion short-list, but I might check out the colored denim on my next trip to JCPenney. Click through to see the whole lookbook which you can shop now at jcp.com.























Photos courtesy of JCP
Comments
this reminds me of late 1990s, blech. what is up with all the spam comments on your site, BB?
#1 jane on 2012-04-14 04:24 (Reply)
Ugh sorry about the spam, it's the bane of my existence! Working to resolve this latest barrage.
#1.1 The Budget Babe on 2012-04-14 08:52 (Reply)
I have that black jumpsuit & love it. I removed the belt that came with it and swapped for one of my own - tres chic! :-)
#2 Penny Pincher Fashion (Homepage) on 2012-04-14 07:11 (Reply)
Love the dresses!
#3 Heather, Clearance Couture (Homepage) on 2012-04-14 14:27 (Reply)
i love all these looks! super cute and affordable! i love :-)

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#4 Kelly (Homepage) on 2012-04-14 23:08 (Reply)
This collection is just fabulous. It is so hard to pick a favorite look or piece. Thanks for sharing.
#5 Berty Morales (Homepage) on 2012-04-16 15:57 (Reply)
eclectic mix of some very cute/modern pieces (boho, colorblocking), and some "what were they thinking?? this will end up on the $2 rack for sure" items--that denim ensemble, and that bizarre butterfly skirt for sure.
#6 Anne on 2012-04-19 01:07 (Reply)
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