J.Crew Looks We Love Fall 2012 Collection

Fashion brings so many gorgeous trends this upcoming fall season that we already stop thinking about the rainy weather and just dream about the cold days. One of the most beautiful and cheerful garments of the season can be found in the newest Looks We Love collection by J.Crew. These clothing pieces follow different style directions and cover different trends, this way trying to appeal to women with different tastes and preferences. Lovely colors and prints, delightful shapes and cuts flood the J.Crew Looks We Love Fall 2012 collection, giving numerous mixing and matching possibilities for you to bring your fashion fantasies to life. With these fabulous garments, willy-nilly you automatically become a trendsetter.


The first thing that will catch your attention in the J.Crew Looks We Love Fall 2012 collection are the vibrant colors and prints. Seems like the brand doesn’t want to make a too dramatic change from summery hues to gloomy ones and this way makes us love fall fashion too. These head-turning pieces are put together by J.Crew’s stylist Gayle, who certainly knows the art of layering. The options are limitless. You can yourself switch on your creativeness and play mix and match coming up with unique and fashion-forward looks. Pay attention to the colors, textures and prints. Stay away from boring options and experiment with polka dots, tomboyish and feminine cuts, stripes, graphic and chic snakeskin prints, eye-popping yellows, greens, pinks, turquoise hues and shimmery touches.
Silk track pants are a definite must-have this season according to J.Crew. These stylish pieces come matched with cool shirts, structured blazers and animal print shoes. Next, we can see lots of dresses too in a variety of shades and shapes. You can choose between sequin dresses, classic LBDs, pretty polka dotted dresses and vintage ones.
When it comes to casual looks, the J.Crew Looks We Love Fall 2012 lookbook shows pretty pants complemented by blouses, cardigans, cashmere pullovers, calfskin jackets and printed shirts. Go for either skinny fit jeans or classic pants. Pay attention to the creative prints and color-combos used.


Still if you are more into femininity and give preference to skirts, the collection has both breathtaking maxi skirts and pencil ones. It’s all up to you to decide which style you wanna wear. Match your pencil skirt with some lightweight silk shirt, a pair of pumps and voila. As for the maxi skirt, you can wear it with a fitted sweater, balancing the textures and colors.
The options are just endless in the J.Crew Looks We Love Fall 2012 lookbook. Just take a look and draw inspiration for drop-dead gorgeous fall ensembles!

Photos courtesy of J.Crew

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