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Friday, February 12, 2010

BCBG Max Azria Fall 2010 Collection: The Epitome of "Ready To Wear"

BCBG Max Azria Fall 2010 Collection

How does one take a muted and understated palette, combine it with color-blocked patterns and geometric cuts and end up with a totally wearable clothing collection? Just ask Max and Lubov Azria. This duo knows how to make women look and feel like ladies and now they're focusing on easing a woman's daily grind. What do I wear? Will it only look good here or there? Is it something I can wear year-round? These are all questions we ask ourselves, and BCBG provides a united, cohesive answer with its fall 2010 collection.

If you inspect these looks closely, you'll realize how wearable they are. Not to mention that BCBG is among the more affordable RTW labels around. This collection will work for a wide range of women. From the hip 20 somethings that can jazz up a dress with clunky heels and lots of jewelry to us 30 somethings who'll more than likely keep our looks pared down with classic heels and a bracelet here or there, BCBG's fall collection offers something for all of us.

BCBG Max Azria Fall 2010 Collection

There wasn't an emphasis on accessories as in past collections. Only a few over-sized clutches were thrown in here and there. They're simple and look pretty functional, but certainly nothing to get excited about. If you look at the video I've included, you'll notice all the models are wearing the exact same shoes. Talk about driving a point home, right? Max and Ludov want to demonstrate to all of the fashion world that a collection can be practical and pretty even if you only have one pair of shoes to wear. It's recession designing at its finest.

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