Wear: Elizabeth and James Spring 2013

It’s not news that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are now established fashion designers. They have been designing multiple lines like the Row, Olsenboye, and StyleMint for a while, even winning one of CFDA’s most coveted awards for Womenswear Designer of the Year. It is not hard to see why with the Spring 2013 collection for the first line, Elizabeth and James. They’re not flashy with their designs, keeping it simple, yet extremely well-made. Clean lines, well-tailored, sleek and classic are words that can describe this collection. I could see Ashley wearing any of these looks since she seems to dress more classic, while Mary-Kate is more bohemian. Her sense of style comes in with the use of the flat sandals. Even though, the collection is for spring, these looks can be worn in years to come.

Photo Credit: style.com

One Response to “Wear: Elizabeth and James Spring 2013”
  1. this is pretty interesting

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