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September 24, 2010

Fashionable Fall - Day to Night

Launched in Spring 2008 by Andrew Berne, Los Angeles-based Dream Culture is a fresh new contemporary collection that is modern, fluid, effortless and sexy. Ageless in its appeal, Dream Culture targets the fashion-minded and young at heart.

This is a comapny I recently found out about, but I'm a big fan. They have a very eclectic and edgy style that I really enjoy. They mix fabrics and textures to make very visually intersting items.

You can check out their entire collection here: http://www.dream-culture.com/main.html

Top - Dream Culture
Sweater - Aeropostale
Jeans - Aeropostale
Shoes - Poetic License

Top: Dream Culture
Pants: Aeropostale
Shoes: Naya (Brown shoe company)

Disclaimer: sample items received

1 comment:

  1. These clothes are awesome! I really dig the shoes.

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