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Princess Vera Wang Spring 2013 Lookbook


A look from the Princess Vera Wang Kohl's Spring 2013 Lookbook

The Princess Vera Wang Spring 2013 lookbook is an explosion of fun spring trends for girls who were born to rule, from the feminine and fun (think pink and lace details) to the bold and bright (giraffe prints and oversized stripes). A riot of accessories like textured handbags and whimsical jewelry round out this upbeat collection. Princess Vera Wang isn't meant for me (obvs) and the juniors sizing makes it tricky for me to shop (even if I did want to try that red lace blazer shown above, ahem) - but I think it's supercute for tweens. Everything's under $80 and you can find the pieces shown here this spring at Kohl's stores and kohls.com.

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A look from the Princess Vera Kohl's Spring 2013 Lookbook

A look from the Princess Vera Kohl's Spring 2013 Lookbook

A look from the Princess Vera Kohl's Spring 2013 Lookbook

A look from the Princess Vera Kohl's Spring 2013 Lookbook

A look from the Princess Vera Kohl's Spring 2013 Lookbook

A look from the Princess Vera Kohl's Spring 2013 Lookbook

A look from the Princess Vera Kohl's Spring 2013 Lookbook

A look from the Princess Vera Kohl's Spring 2013 Lookbook

A look from the Princess Vera Kohl's Spring 2013 Lookbook

Photos courtesy of Kohl's
Comments
This line is getting cuter. I thought the first release was a little too trendy (to be expected from a teen line, sure).... but the last few months I've seen some items in store I could see myself wearing. Love the outfit with the blue polka dot skirt and the (triangle?) dot black dress!
#1 Elizabeth (Homepage) on 2013-03-05 16:48 (Reply)
Elizabeth, I agree with you about the polka dot skirt -- too cute! I am also loving the light blue dress, it's almost fairy-ish. :-)
#2 Anna on 2013-03-06 09:10 (Reply)
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