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Surface To Air's Spring '12 Line Could Literally Go Anywhere (Even Space)

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    Whether you find yourself on a farm, a beach, the city streets, or a shuttle to Mars this spring, Surface To Air's latest collection's got the threads for you. Surface To Air — who we were thrilled to welcome to our neck of the woods earlier this year — let many style flags fly in a presentation that ranges from '70s beachin' in tribal prints to outer-space sophisticate with grommet dresses and square-cut shoulders.

    This isn't to say that the collection isn't totally wearable. No really, it is! We're just kind of seeing it being worn in many different locales and for many different occasions, since the drapes and silhouettes are totally universal. Punctuate your spring work wardrobe with their lemon-colored separates or dress up for evening with a bold bronze blazer. Or, if all else fails, keep it super-classic with their perfect black t-shirt dress and oversized trench coat — this collection's thought of it all, and is sure to be the cool-kid wardrobe fixture from Tennessee to NYC.

    Click through and tell us which Surface To Air vibe you're most drawn to.

    Photo: Courtesy of Surface To Air
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