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J.Crew Ready-to-Wear Spring 2012

By jordanferney |

The J.Crew ready to wear collection for Spring 2012 is out and some people are saying it was one of the best shows at New York Fashion Week this year. That’s pretty high praise for humble J.Crew. So what do you think of this spring’s looks? Some things I’m smitten with (like the rolled khakis, the lemon yellow pants and red and blue striped jacket) and some things I’m not so sure about (like the blue/green matching pants and top, and the sort of awkward length skirts.) Tell me your thoughts!

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J.Crew Runway Spring 2012

J.Crew Spring Ready-to-Wear

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Jordan Ferney is a former event planner and author of the popular lifestyle and design blog, Oh Happy Day! Jordan has worked for Babble, Anthology Magazine, Apartment Therapy, Cookie, Project Wedding, and iVillage. She lives in San Francisco in a one bedroom apartment with her husband and two boys, Moses and Roman.

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0 thoughts on “J.Crew Ready-to-Wear Spring 2012

  1. Stacy says:

    Bleck! on the weird-length skirt. The floral pantsuit (jumpsuit?) is also horrid. I like the white dress.

  2. Marginamia says:

    Sooo good! I’m loving the length of the long-ish skirts–feels fresh!

  3. the emily says:

    I LOVE that sleeveless dress (and the long-sleeved one too). I love J.Crew but I’ve been a little disappointed in their quality of late. Holes in shirts, buttons breaking, etc.

  4. Teri says:

    I want to like these clothes, but I am growing tired of the color clashing as “fashion”. I just want pretty clothes. Not like my 5 year old wears… grown up clothes! A little more “lady”, a little less “crazy”.
    I do have to praise the longer skirt lengths, though. They look fresh… new.

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