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Rachel Comey Presents Her Resort Collection Inside A Sheet Fort

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    In Rachel Comey’s resort ’14 lookbook, a relaxed fit goes a long way. Models appear before a sand-colored, hexagonal, sheet fort in a collection full of easy-to-slip-into garments that might only feel like the pajamas you're used to building sheet forts in.

    At the heart of the collection are a few classic swimwear staples that have us longing for a trip to the coast. In addition to a simple, eyelet blouse, neon patterned pants, and pinstripe details, the resort collection also samples fun colors like a bright, salamander orange, plum purple, and teal; the last of which can be found in an eye-catching, pointed-toe pump. We can't forget the embossed detail on a brown leather jacket topped off with the model’s mauve stained lips and messy waves is one of the most striking looks of the collection. Throw in a few structured blazers to balance out the caftans and swimwear, and Rachel Comey has your entire resort wardrobe tied up into one beautiful package. Click through to see the complete lookbook.

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