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Get the Look: Lauren Conrad

After watching MTV’s The Hills for the last few years, we just love the fact that Lauren Conrad (or LC as she was known back then!) has blossomed into such a style icon! From Laguna Beach, California high school girl to Teen Vogue intern and now author and designer of her own clothing collection, we always knew she was one to watch! What we love about her style is that it’s pretty and polished while still maintaining that relaxed California girl style. Lauren loves to dress up but somehow she always looks glamorous without looking like she is trying too hard. How does she do it? For one, she keeps things simple by not overwhelming her outfits with too many trendy details or accessories. Whether it’s floral, biker, stripes or shorts, she keeps things sleek with shiny, glossy hair, a simple black quilted purse and brown high heel sandals. She also knows how easy it is to dress up a pretty top with skinny dark jeans, high heels and a cute braidin her hair. Always stylish, even in denim cut-offs, we can’t wait to see what Lauren’s up to next!


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Lauren's Style File

Pull on skinny jeans from WalMart.com, $12Lauren in a pretty pink floral dress
Wearing more of her favorite floralsWearing more of her favorite florals
Loving the punchy orange skirt and black ballet flatsLoving the punchy orange skirt and black ballet flats
Going out in a leather jacket and blue skirtGoing out in a leather jacket and blue skirt
Even shorts can be dressed up with a pretty topEven shorts can be dressed up with a pretty top
Pretty blue top and heels!Pretty blue top and heels!
Hanging out in pink plaidHanging out in pink plaid
In a trendy black romperIn a trendy black romper
Laid back California styleLaid back California style
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Snickers147

Snickers147 wrote:

I love all the clothes they are really cute
commented: Thu May 01, 2014

starburst2

starburst2 wrote:

I really like her clothes and her hair in the first pic!
commented: Wed Mar 09, 2011

abredin

abredin wrote:

wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!thats amazing
commented: Mon Nov 01, 2010

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