If up until now you thought Lauren Conrad, a real-life Pinterest Princess, didn’t have what it takes to be a legitimate force in the fashion world, think again. She just made her New York Fashion Week debut (thank the style gods) with a runway show featuring her limited edition capsule collection for her Kohl's line, LC Lauren Conrad, and it was pure, frothy, pastel perfection.
The spring line had an "enchanted woodlands" theme, featuring heaps of über feminine touches like velvet, tulle, pretty floral prints, and plenty of fringe. Basically, LC's drop-dead gorgeous Instagram account came to life on the NYFW catwalk, and it was everything we could've hoped for.
The whole show had an effortless, rustic chic look that Lauren has become so known for. Models sported the kind of girly milkmaid braids that YouTube tutorial dreams are made of, eye makeup in soft shades of pink and orange, and a fresh-faced flush that one can only truly achieve by rolling around in a meadow of wild flowers.
Is this straight out of a storybook, or what?!
One of the best parts about her collection? So. Many. Separates. The white lace crop top that looks over-the-top beautiful with a full tulle skirt can look just as killer toned down with some high-waisted culottes for school or your weekly brunch date. Same goes for those oxblood velvet pants - how good would they look with a band tee or a denim button down?
LC also had quite the ~squad~ at her show, with peeps like model Dylan Frances Penn, actress Ashley Tisdale, actress Olivia Culpo, and model/Twitter aficionado/all-around wonderful human Chrissy Teigen showing up to support her line. Even though you might not actually be a part of her girl gang, you can watch her runway show to see all the looks in action, and shop the collection right this second so your closet is lookin' A++ for spring.
All in all, I think everyone can agree Lauren has come a long, long way from her days on "The Hills." If given the opportunity to show her line in Paris one day, it's safe to say she won't be turning it down to spend the summer with a boy.