LamanBlu Eco-Friendly Designer Girls Clothing Releases Fall I 2011 Lookbook

Sunday, January 23, 2011
LamanBlu Eco-Friendly Designer Girls Clothing Releases Fall I 2011 Lookbook

LamanBlu releases lookbook for Fall I 2011. See the colors, styles and attitudes for this early fall delivery from the up and coming Rising Star Award recipient and much talked about eco-friendly designer collection for all little twirly girls.

Cozy log cabins and forests of aspen convey the key feeling for the season. The forests quickly become enchanted for children, tinged in medieval lore with lush materials and deep saturated colors. Wrap them in the luxury of sustainable fabrics – from beautifully draping bamboo to organic cottons to delightful faux furs – all trimmed in cotton lace and soft velvet ribbons.

LamanBlu has divided their collection for fall along classic women’s wear seasons, introducing Fall I for an early fall delivery, with Fall II/Holiday to be released by March for a late fall delivery.  “This is giving us an opportunity to appeal to the early adopters for the season, with a collection focused for back to school and then introducing fresh merchandise focused on the winter and holiday season,” says Holli Gibson, designer for LamanBlu.

LamanBlu’s color palette for the season encompasses the bright and yummy colors of boysenberry, blackberry, marshmallow, granny smith apple and chocolate – accented with porcelain, mallard and chateau rose. All of which present a warm yet colorful appeal for the back to school season. Solids in varying color tonal combinations and contrasts rule the season, but there are also snow leopard prints and digital antique lace prints as well.

LamanBlu continues with their classic and wearable silhouettes, all made special by their extensive detailing and attention to those details. In addition to cotton lace and velvet ribbons, embroideries provide surface interest in both matching and contrast colors. Sweetheart dresses and tops reminisce of a bygone era of prettiness along with scalloped bottom skirts. Swing T’s and leggings with lettuce hemming provide numerous layering options. The ballet jumper dress and top can be either elegant or funky depending on coloration and layering choices and are accented with either leather or taffeta roses. The layered full circular skirt twirls like none other. Top them all with a beautiful bustle jacket for style and warmth. Accessory pieces include hats and fur capes and skirts.

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