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Everly's Latest Lookbook Has Us Doing Double Takes!

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    Between Laura and Kate Mulleavy, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, and Sienna and Savannah Miller, you'd think every designer under the sun would snag their sister as a business parter. Based on the way these partnerships have panned out, you could even say a sibling is the fashion equivalent of a good-luck charm. Well, Fabiana and Adriana of Everly are living proof that our theory works — the L.A.-based pair have been churning out some of the most charming dresses we've ever laid eyes on, and their latest lookbooks are no exception.

    For spring, the duo's pastel palette came front and center with sherbet hues in ladylike silhouettes. And, for summer, the sisters channeled their childhoods with a collection inspired by warm-weather nostalgia complete with summer-camp themes. While the two seasons are very specific, one thing is constant — the sick hairstyles! Between the beautifully styled buns and braided 'dos, these two ladies know a fabulous frock is best when paired with tresses to match.

    Take a peek at our five fave snaps from each collection, then cruise on over to Everly to see each and every piece.

    Photo: Courtesy of Everly

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