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Fountain of 30

September 21, 2007 • Fashion

I admit, I have not seen this line in person (were I still living in Chicago I would have been there in a shot), but from an Internet browser perspective (from afar) I hate to admit, I’m really liking what I see. That says a lot considering I am a tough critic and am usually non-pulsed about Target and H&M type designer lines. Yes, I like them in theory, I mean how cool would it be to be a sorta well known designer and all of a sudden..the topic of dinner conversation? But, do I/would I wear this stuff? Not really. I do love my two Patrick Robinson tank tops and my Libertine shorts that for some reason I didn’t see everywhere and with their skulls, corssbones and whales are the topic of many a conversation, but other than that…I eschew bad quality and more importantly seeing myself coming and going.

However, after viewing this line, I am tempted to buy a couple of pieces. I so love Temperley London. Here are some items I thought were exceptionally wearable;


Alice Temperley Leaf Print Sweater $29.99


Alice Temperley Long-Sleeve Cotton Voile Dress $29.99

Alice Temperley Petal Tank Dress $49.99

Alice Temperley Melton Wool Cropped Jacket $44.99

Alice Temperley Crinkle Georgette Tie-Front Top $29.99

Alice Temperley Belted Tunic Sweater $29.99


Alice Temperley Victorian Ruffle-Front Blouse $29.99

Alice Temperley Lace Inset Tank $14.99

All available at Alice Temperley for Target

– Lauren Dimet Waters

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