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A First Look At Wren's Rad New Spring Collection

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    It’s time to stash away your heavy winter sweaters and overcoats and add some new spring essentials to your spring rotation. But where to start? Why not take a cue from Wren’s newest lookbook featuring the ultimate pieces for giving your warm-weather wardrobe a quick pick-me-up. Designer Melissa Coker has introduced painterly prints, longer hemlines, and enough adorable short skirts and cropped coats to instantly update any spring closet. With a collection this adorable, it’s no wonder Melissa counts Alexa Chung, Reese Witherspoon, Zooey Deschanel, and The Like’s Z Berg as fans. Plus, we also picked up some seriously cute styling tips: Pair your new Wren must-haves with chunky necklaces, white oxfords, and sweet straw hats, and you’ll nail that lovely Wren springtime look in no time flat.
    For more information, visit wren-clothing.com and shop the collection at Satine, 8134 West 3rd Street (at La Jolla Drive); 323-655-2142.

    Click through for a sneak peek at Wren’s killer new spring line—and score a freebie from the collection!

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