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Sacre Bleu! Maje's Spring Collection Majorly Steals Our Hearts (And Wallets)

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    Maje scooted its French little derrière into Soho just a few months ago and we couldn't be more excited. So excited, in fact that we're calling this collection the one that'll sell out first (cuz it's already starting to be stocked on Spring Street). Totally wearable white lace frocks, a blue blazer-come-dress, and (of course). an LBD round out some of the must-have pieces, but an orange suede cut-out number screams our name from slide five. (We hear you! We want you!). As for bottoms: printed floral pants fill the fun-factor, while white front-pleated trousers feed our need for something classically chic— either way there's something for every shopper on the market, or rather, every shopper passing through the new store downtown. More on that later...C'est majorly magnifique.

    Click through for our favorite looks from Maje's spring '12 lookbook. If you hear from that orange dress, make sure to send her our way.

    Maje, 145 Spring Street (at Wooster Street); 212-775-8330.

    Maje, 417 Bleecker Street (at 8th Avenue); 212-524-9420.


    Photos: Courtesy of PR Consulting

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