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Tracy Reese's Collection For Anthropologie's Made In Kind Debuts

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Tracy Reese is calling all girly girls in her seven-piece capsule collection for Anthropologie: There are bows, cinched waists, peplums, and fabric descriptions that would be at home on a dessert menu (think "rich," "frothy," "sherbet," and "scalloping"). And priced between $248 and $298, the photo-printed frocks are fairly budget friendly. The collection debuted on Friday as part of Anthro's latest Made In Kind collaboration initiative, along with capsules from lesser-known designers like Charlotte Taylor and Byron Lars, as well as three designers the brand picked up from India Fashion Week. Check out Reese's contributions in the gallery above and head to the Anthro to shop the rest.
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