The It Factor for Denver: Rebecca Taylor knows how to make women look feminine without taking the girly factor too far. For spring 2011, her style takes a more-sexy-than-sweet turn with a mix of casual separates—think narrow, drawstring trousers zipped at the ankle, sheer blouses, and button-down cargo skirts paired with floral-print henleys—and a bevy of dresses to satisfy every summer wardrobe need.
The Gist of It: The '70s are all over New York City's spring runways, and Taylor fully embraces the era in her collection for next season. Look for floral-print slip dresses and sheer blouses, mélange knits with satin epaulets, a flared denim trouser with zip pockets, and whispy, polka-dot chiffon maxi skirts and dresses for evening.
Look for It At: A.Line Boutique, 5375 Landmark Pl., 303-773-8200, aline-online.com;
Blush, 1411 Larimer St., 303-399-7779, blushthestore.com;
Saks Fifth Avenue, 2900 E. First Ave., 303-393-6333, saksfifthavenue.com.
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