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Forever 21’s Fall 2011 Collection Preview

Though I have passed the age of 21, I will be Forever 21 at heart which fits in perfectly with my love of all things fashionable. And of course Forever 21 has got me covered. I recently attended the Fall 2011 preview for their womens, mens and accessories collections. The preview was broken up into four vingettes – bohemian, romantic, biker chic and cowboys and Indians (western? country?), with models dressed in looks completely styled from Forever 21‘s offerings. Please note, the vignette names stated above are not necessarily how Forever 21 labeled them, these is just the labels I felt when I saw them. Now on to the fashions

The Bohemian looks featured fringe, Native American influences and patterns, feathered and wooden accessories, denim, long flowing printed skirts and dresses

The romantic vignette had several pieces that caught my eye. This vignette features lots of lace – dresses, tops, cardigans and tights – which were mixed with different textures such as metallics, floral and animal prints

The Biker Chic vignette featured black lace layered under other fabrications with a bit of an 80’s flair. My favorite look is the first one below – I’m especially in love with the knee length lace pencil skirt. Unfortunately, I have to wait until August to get it – I hope I can hold on that long

Cowboys and Indians vignette (and I say this mostly because of the hats and headdresses) featured crocheted  pieces, several sienna colored pieces that reminded me of the red clay often seen in old country movies, more painted wooden and feathered accessories.

These incredible looks are so chic and the fact that they’re from Forever 21 makes them incredibly affordable. Check out more from Forever 21 below

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