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Lauren Conrad talks spring trends

Published 11/03/2013

Lauren Conrad
Lauren Conrad

Lauren Conrad has revealed her must-have items for the spring season.

The reality TV star-turned-designer has explained the inspiration behind her Spring/Summer 13 collection for Kohl's.

The beauty has revealed which pieces people can expect will crop up in her "affordable" line.

"We wanted to incorporate a lot of different trends so one of the big ones is black and white pieces with bright pops of colour which I love. We also included a lot of neckline details, which are really cute and pretty and feminine," she told ET Online.

Lauren has revealed her must-have item for the season. The 27-year-old fashion designer says people with varying style interests can work a frock in the warmer weather.

"For me, spring is all about a great spring dress, that's kind of the most important thing. It depends on what you like; you can do print, you can do maxi, you can do short. It's a personal preference," she explained.

Lauren also discussed her own personal style in a bit more detail. The star says that her own preferences are reflected in her clothing ranges.

"My style? I definitely like girlier things. I think that when you get dressed you should have fun with it and I think that's the best part of being a girl, so I like anything with a bow or a flower on it!" she laughed.

Lauren also gave a sneak preview of her newest line for Kohl's during the interview, where she showed off a few key pieces, including a green top featuring a bow detail, paired with a white blazer and black shorts.

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