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WHIT Goes South of the Border for Anthropologie's Made in Kind

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Whitney Pozgay, a former CFDA Fashion Incubator and designer of the dress-heavy WHIT label, has created a 9-piece collection for Anthropologie's monthly Made in Kind series. This one is stepping out a little (or would that be down?) by focusing on petite frames, ergo six of the pieces come in both regular and petite sizes, while three are petite exclusives.

Pozgay, 5 feet 4 inches herself (see her model a few of the looks above), borrowed the "bright colors," "beachside feel" and "fun embroideries" from Tulum, Mexico. Hear all about it in the behind-the-scenes video, in which she also gives smaller framed women some advice (Hint: It has to do more with proportion than print). Also, shop the dresses as of today at Anthropologie for between $148 and $258.
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