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BCBG Max Azria Spring 2013




With Fall on the horizon, we're already craving leather and winter whites, but after BCBG Max Azria's Spring 2013 show, I'm thinking we should just skip fall and winter all together and fast forward to Spring. There, we can take advantage of the leather and lace inspired collection with bondage-like cut outs on ladylike silhouettes. Bringing edge to otherwise feminine sheaths, BCBG incorporated colorful prints, leather and lace detailing, making his collection one of my more lusted after collections for Spring 2013. It might just be in your best interest to hold on to those leather shorts, peach and lace, because it's going to be huge for spring. —The Budget Babe Correspondent, Megan Zietz


























Images: ELLE.com
Comments
I agree, the collection was definitley lust worthy! I love how he mixed edgy leather w/ both vibrant and delicate prints! Always elegant,feminine and edgy all at once.
#1 Glam Slam! (Homepage) on 2012-09-09 21:45 (Reply)
Love the BCBG Spring collection!! Absolutely cannot wait to fill my closet up with these styles.
#1.1 Designer Handbags- Queen Bee of Beverly Hills (Homepage) on 2012-09-13 12:11 (Reply)
Wow - I feel like I just saw that look on Project Runway. Elena's dress for the Lord and Taylor challenge had that same "harness" type detailing. Speaking of, the pink chiffon overlay looks similar to the one that got Buffy booted off Project Runway this season.
#2 Dawn on 2012-09-09 22:53 (Reply)
Great collection and I love the colors. Thank you for sharing Miss D...xoxoxox :-)
#3 Berty Morales (Homepage) on 2012-09-10 14:15 (Reply)
Yuck. I know the first model has got to be tall and thin but between the hemline and the shin guards on her legs she looks short and squat.

I hope that's not a look that catches on.
#4 GingerR on 2012-09-11 16:33 (Reply)
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