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Friday 4 September 2015

Lauren Conrad debuts new collection

Published 11/07/2013

Lauren Conrad
Lauren Conrad

Lauren Conrad has given a sneak peak at her July collection for Kohl's, which she claims is her "favourite yet".

The former reality TV star has designed the LC Lauren Conrad line for the store and has given fans an exclusive look at the latest collection.

With a distinctive seasonal vibe, the star is shot outside in the pieces in beautiful sunny lighting.

"Each time I do a photoshoot for my LC Lauren Conrad line for Kohl’s, I get so excited when they send over the final pictures. And I think that this round of photos might be some of my favorite yet (sic)," she wrote on her blog.

In the pictures Lauren rocks her signature wavy dip-dyed mane.

While she sports a half-up-half-down style in a couple of the snaps, others show her with a high ponytail complete with a cute pink ribbon.

Maxi dresses are huge news this season, which the designer has clearly taken note of.

The first picture shows her in a long cream dress adorned with pink blooms and finished off with red flip flops.

Another maxi dress look features a long crochet version in cream, complemented by a gold chain and metallic sandals.

Not one in need of covering her legs, Lauren also shows off an electric blue mini-dress.

The short-sleeved lacy number looks great on the bronzed 27-year-old.

More laidback looks include a pair of blue jeans teamed with a long-sleeved white top, and khaki-coloured trousers with a baggy cream shirt.

All of Lauren's pieces will be available in store and on the Kohl's website this month.

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