Obviously I know nothing about high fashion or NYFW, but you bet your bottom dollar that when my girl LC announced her first collection to debut during fashion week, I was ALL over it. Since I highly doubt anyone else live-streamed the show in support of the ‘Guna babe (or to preview what items to purchase) I decided to recap it so that we can rank each look from worst to best. For anyone who doesn’t know LC’s style, the show was chock full of pastels, florals and braids. Sometimes it was whimsical and adorbises, and other times it was too much but overall I give her two thumbs up and all of the money in my savings account. Let’s see what she made!
This is so granny and shapeless, I just can’t. It is literally an old woman’s nightgown.
The shiny floral print on this crop coord look was far too 90’s for me and then adding in the oversized pink shades threw it over the edge.
Almost exactly the same look but in a strapless gown. It’s prom gone bad.
I can’t really explain why, but this reminded me of Brigitte from Passport to Paris. Maybe it’s the matching pastel coat/purse.
Embroidered velvet shorts…three words that should never be put together.
Flower power jumpsuit is not for me.
Kind of a weird combo..teacher on top, disco on the bottom?
Ah, the shimmery milkmaid. A must have for all those fall farm raves.
Hate the coat, but the dress could be ok without dusty pink fuzzies all up on it.
All this girl is missing is a stack of books and a banana seat bike with a bell on it.
I would have ranked this higher on the list if it wasn’t velvet, which gives me the itchies just looking at it.
I’m just not quite sure what’s going on with this. I think this is a top and leggings?
Leaning toward the granny side of town–not bad just not doing anything special.
Taking rompers into fall with a fur vest. I can dig it.
Not in love with the shimmery fringe but the outfit pulls together via pants and shoes.
LC laughs in the face of rules about white after labor day with her onslaught of whoutfits coming up.
Kind of odd see through white dress.
Middle fingers to the end of summer.
I would love this if the dress cut off at the knee and didn’t have a sheer bottom.
The back kind of ruined this for me.
Cool for the summer. (PS LC…not all of us live in sunny Cali–it’s about to be winter for 6 months here FYIzzle)
I feel like this could be a bridesmaid dress.
Front is fab, tail action in the back freaks me out a touch.
Because everything that was once trendy comes back, apparently I should’ve kept my duster from middle school.
Supes prettzzzz but probably not a dress for tall people like me unless everyone wants a show every time I move.
This is cool AF but I would never wear it. I don’t think a trip to the grocery store would deem a lace crop and hard flares.
A fan of both the color and the ombre.
Hearts for the fem lace jumpsuit but again not very practical.
The best whoutfit of the night.
This is badass princess right here. I’m going to wear tulle like I’m attending a grand ball but then BAM pair it with a crop top and motorcycle jacket. In YOUR FACE, FROZEN.
This outfit was CRUSHING until she spun around and I caught a glimpse of that baby backpack. Really? We’ll have to disregard because the look is very fashionable biz casj. Which is a relief because buying biz flare dress pants makes me want to strangle myself. They are flattering on NO ONE. End rant.
Perfect party dress!
Thirty, flirty and thriving. JK this is not a look for a 30 year old but that caption was cuter than “I LOooooOOOVE THIS.
Does this look kind of like some fancy jammies? Yeah. Do I care? No. Top three look right hurr. Daytime slumber party.
This lace romper is perfection and I will need it on my body with a side braid, STAT.
Snagging the number 1 spot for her designs in this show is this beauteous gown. Queen LC and her fairytale rule the roost.
And as if it would ever be a competition of who looked the best…. the top spot of the night goes to the designer herself looking like an angel sent straight from Laguna Beach.
LC popped out for a shy hello and a giggle toward her hottie hubs who sat in the first chair and grinned for the entire show. It was adorbsies. And of course her HS BFF’s were there to show their support…
Moral of the story is she’s all grown up now! No more digging out candle wicks or shedding tears as a result of Kelly the ogre Cutrone yelling at her. I’m just so proud. ANYWHO, if you want to shop any of the looks, you can purchase here because LC wants the poors to look fabulous as well. (To be clear, I’m referring to myself as a poor and I’m 100% ok with that. The first step is acceptance.)