Rebecca Taylor



Rebecca Taylor is known for her print-centric, pretty Bohemian look, but this season she changed things up a bit, favoring a slightly edgier, more tailored aesthetic. Prints were still important and encompassed an easy-to-digest selection of scattered florals, nautical stripes and classic polka dots, often worn in the same ensemble. A smattering of ruffles balanced out sharp shoulders, and asymmetrical necklines added a twist to otherwise simple jumpsuits and dresses. Taylor managed to stay true to her signature feminine look, while incorporating just enough of a new silhouette to keep things fresh and forward-moving.

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