If you’re anything like us, you’ve spent many Saturday afternoons drooling at interior design star Kelly Wearstler’s line of furnishing gems (and literal gems) on the seventh floor of Bergdorf Goodman, before or after tucking in at BG, the department store's haute-canteen that Wearstler also decorated. While getting Wearstler to work her visionary magic in our apartments may be a long shot, we’ll gladly settle for donning her deft mix of vintage, mod, and glamour where everyone can see—on our backs. Judging from her print-heavy, laid-back luxe resort '12 collection, Wearstler’s transition from in-demand interior designer to fashion designer is a seamless one. Unlike her pricey home pieces, her line of swoon-worthy bleach stripped shirtdresses, sweet ruffled ombré silk blouses, and easy breezy maxi frocks isn't astronomical (T-shirts start at $58, dresses average $450), and are perfect for round-the-clock cool. And like any good haus guru, she’s got us covered when it comes to adding those stellar decorative touches to brilliantly embellish a look with some glittery stoned cuffs and link necklaces. We guarantee your crib will be so jealous when these pieces hit KW’s site in August!
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