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Layering sheer femininity with strong notions of the ’70s resulted in an entirely covetable Fall/Winter 2015 collection for Preen. Between a high ruffled collar on a calf-length, earth-toned floral dress, a black mesh midriff on a slightly oversized dress, and the intricate embroidery and lacing seen throughout, every garment and overall look maintained distinct wearabilities. Inspired by “dark romance,” designers Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi took a modern, slightly dark approach to the perhaps overused theme of boho-chic, while keeping in line with the brand’s heavily established feminine sensibility.
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