Wear: Milly Spring 2013

Fashion label Milly is known for its feminine aesthetic and classic silhouettes, but for the spring 2013 collection, label founder Michelle Smith decided to design feminine sportswear that had an edge and she succeeded. The way the models were styled was edgy, yet since the collection was mostly separates, it is easy to see how each piece could be worn in a classic way. The geometric skirt was  awesome, I also liked the pastel yellow cropped pants. The mirror sheer tank top looked amazing with the black skirts and those heeled sandals are an edgy must have. Also, the pairing of the leather jacket with the flowy watercolor skirt was genius. This line is has “off-duty supermodel” written all over it.

Photo Credit: style.com

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