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Just as we were coming off of our fashion high after The Coveteur uncovered our trusty EIC’s decked-out pad last week, the closet invaders hit us again with a we-want-everything wardrobe — this time featuring Ann Taylor.
We've taken note of the mega-retailer's really good recent collection and, apparently, so has street-style photographer Candice Lake. She modeled her favorite pieces from the spring line exclusively for The Coveteur — including this rad mesh pencil skirt and these killer wedges — which superbly complements her designer-loaded wardrobe.
Want to see more? Click through to peep our favorite looks from the photog's closet (actually the closet belongs to Lake's friend Athena Calderone who lent her Dumbo flat for the shoot, but the clothes are all Candice) or jump directly to the site now to see everything. Go on, you know you need a shopping pick-me-up after the long weekend.
Editor's Note: We get it. You see something, and you want it, like, yesterday. That's why we added Ann Taylor's "A-List" items to the bottom of each photo, so you can pick up a piece you love in a snap. Get inspired, and get shopping. Simply click the "SHOP THIS SLIDE" button to view a pop-out of like products. Give it a go, and let us know what you think. Ready. Set. Shop!
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