Lookbook Series: Lorick Fall 2010

The Lorick Fall 2010 collection is a bubbly mash-up of glittery tights, tweed and tulle -- essentially the sartorial equivalent of the buzz one gets off a nice glass of champagne.

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The Lorick girl has the sense and good breeding to don a tweed day dress, but one that's been jazzed up with a jumbo emerald green bow and sparkle-encrusted tights.
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Designer Abigail Lorick creates separates that are styled in a decidedly playful way. Take, for instance, the almost-30's-style sport coat and silky green skirt, paired with an eccentric-chic bow hat by milliner Leah C.
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Another example of brilliant styling: pairing a bubble dress with a loden jacket and pop-hue kid gloves and, well, that's just gravy.
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A dress emblazoned with mosaic rows of prints looks just grand with an overcoat and yet another great hat--such adventures in millinery have us seriously contemplating the accessory to guide our holiday wardrobes.
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Minimalists beware: This season is clearly more about a fabulously piled-on approach to dressing.
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The mark of a good designer: making a muted gray come to life in a cheerful, ready-to-accessorize frock.
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The LBD to make wallflowers green with envy--sheer sleeves and a sophisticated tweed skirt, boosted by billowing black tulle.
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Lest trousers be taken too seriously, Lorick's come in a cropped, on-trend cut and offer some structure to an eclectic ensemble.
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Bold, graphic metallic on a starched mini-dress--very vintage Balenciaga, if you ask us--makes for a head-turning piece.
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Cornflower blue in pretty silk represents the line's most demure pick, paired perfectly with statement jewels and a lady's gloves and hat.
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