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Your Minimalist Guide To Spring Dressing Is Here

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    If you loved Lexi's ode to the Nü Woman and you, too, have minimalist tendencies when it comes to dressing, then this collection is made for you. Refined neutrals, on-point pastels, luxurious fabrics, and feminine silhouettes happen to be the backbone of Aritzia's spring '14 lookbook.

    Shot against a beachy landscape, the models ooze an effortless style that's way easy to replicate using the clean lines and shapes present in the brand's latest line. After all, looking carefree and delicately wind-blown doesn't simply happen. It's all about the details and, probably even more so, the quality.

    Perhaps the only thing better than the clothes in this collection is its price point. Read: the cost's pretty reasonable for many a budget-conscious lady. Silk georgette drop-waist dresses, crepe de chine trapeze halters, drapey Bermuda shorts, dyed chambray chinos — these delicate pieces read like poetry to lovers of a simple, polished look. So, go ahead and reward yourself for, well, surviving winter. That's reason enough for us.

    Photo: Courtesy of Aritzia.

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