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February 19, 2011  | by: Sydney Scott

Looks from Paper Crown by Lauren Conrad

Lauren Conrad’s fashion career began on MTV’s The Hills as an intern for Teen Vogue. The girl from Laguna Beach had some how made her way into a coveted position and regardless of whether or not she got on merit or because of the cameras, the reality tv star was on her way to creating a career for herself.

Soon, Conrad left The Hills to focus on her first fashion line, The Lauren Conrad Collection, which received lackluster reviews. She eventually launched another line in fall 2009 called LC by Lauren Conrad that was released in Kohl’s stores nationwide. So, now after a book, some product endorsement deals, and a few cameos Conrad’s back with a new line.

Paper Crown will appear in stores this fall for fans to purchase. Conrad was originally supposed to debut the line on her new reality tv show, which MTV dropped, so no she has to get publicity elsewhere. The line consists of her usual basics including blazers, feminine shorts, silky blouses, and short belted dresses. Basically, it’s LC by Lauren Conrad and The Lauren Conrad Collection all over again.

Conrad’s line reflects her style in every way, simple and feminine, but will critics love it and will the public buy it? Judge for yourself and check out the lookbook.

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