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A.M.-To-P.M. Amazing: Club Monaco Spring '13 Does It All

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    If you're that working girl who always makes it to the p.m. party, you love Club Monaco. There really is no better place to stock up on day-to-night pieces that are suitable for the office and cool enough to make your wide-eyed friends at the bar shriek, "Where did you get that?!"

    The spring lookbook, which includes all your covetables for the months of April, May, and June, is no exception. But this season, the CM girl is channeling a laid-back, L.A. look. She's walking the border between prim and super-carefree — and we're right there with her.

    Models Nastya Kusakina, Kel Markey, and Miles Garber sport the collection, which includes tropical florals and fruity pops of color that are balanced by structured silhouettes and crisp, demure hemlines. Blazers get the chop with a cropped, Kelly green style and an oversized, sleeveless design, while athletic windbreakers are met with pencil skirts.

    With a ruffle here and some sequins there, this is one well-rounded line we're totally lusting over. Click through the slideshow, and then we'll meet you in the middle.

    Photo: Courtesy of Club Monaco

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