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Wren's Fall Lookbook Was Inspired by Those Easygoing California Winters

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For its fall 2012 collection and lookbook, Wren designer Melissa Coker took a break from being inspired by Lana Del Rey, and chose to focus on something a little bit more general: California winters. To that end, the collection includes winter florals, cropped wool pants, and silk dresses—outfits predominantly exist in lands where winter actually just means a crisp 45 degrees at night. Click through the gallery above to scope out the 18 looks, and be sure to pay attention the footwear: the brand's collaboration with Minnetonka is featured.
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