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Tibi's Spring-Happy Line Is Finally Here!

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    As the creative force behind cosmopolitan cool-girl brand Tibi, Amy Smilovic and her female-fronted design team know a thing or two about millennial women. Namely, they can predict exactly what we want to wear — for NYFW, for work, and for everyday life. And, with its signature sporty neoprene miniskirts, embellished crop tops, and casually elegant full-faille midi-skirts, the brand always seems to make its way to the top of every editor's shopping list each season. The main takeaway for spring? Fringe.

    In addition to the clean lines and contemporary shapes we've come to expect, Tibi has integrated plenty of decidedly romantic, feminine elements into its latest collection, now available in stores and online. Whether you're looking for a fringe-accented sheath dress or maybe even a pair of breezy, silk culottes, these pieces are sure to be runaway hits among the fashion elite and shoppers alike. And, we're seriously tempted to buy the whole kit and caboodle.

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