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First Look: Geren Ford's Pre-Spring Lookbook

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    For us editors, August is the most wonderful time of the year! Holiday lookbooks are filing up our inboxes and we can't wait to share. One of the frontrunners for what we'll want to be wearing to get gussied up is Geren Ford. The L.A.-based designer is giving her faithful fans loads of adorable dresses in fun silhouettes and fancy-feeling silks and prints that are perfect for a SoCal holiday in the sun. We're also really feeling the heavy-metal layered necklaces and the gift-wrapped shoes, which means that we won't just be living in her stylish separates all winter, but we'll be dressing our holiday looks up with loads of lovely accessories from one of Tinseltown's favorite local lines, too. In short, this designing dame really delivers with her gift of a pre-spring collection!

    Want to feel like you just stepped into Geren Ford's wonderful wardrobe? Just tell us in the comments of this story what you already want for the holiday season, and we'll hook up one lucky reader with a sick pair of GF kicks!

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