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Teen Angst Never Looked So Good In This Lovely L.A. Lookbook!

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    As you float through the spring '13 lookbook of DTLA design duo For Love & Lemons, you can practically hear the moody Air soundtrack to the Virgin Suicides playing in the background. Remember this oh-so-true line from the flick? "Us girls are really women in disguise, we understand love and even death. We are misfits and we are compelled." Well, the Wyoming-native designers nailed the Eugenides-Coppola narrative to a (chiffon) T.

    Since the former lemonade-stand peddlers posed for us back in April, it seems they've poured some ethereal cinematic symbolism into their boho threads — and we're 100% digging the depth. While the reference is a little gloom and doom, it allows the clothes to pop like a bright ray of Cali sunshine! Between dreamy '70s throwback fem silhouettes and just the right fix of angelic flirt, these ensembles are the perfect anti-depressant to any wardrobe woes. Add in the under-$260 price point and there's no need to pout! Click through for an edgy dose of the bittersweet images and get shopping here.

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