Lauren Conrad’s Latest Disney-Inspired Clothing Line Will Make You Go Aww
Lauren Conrad is at it again. The busy fashion designer has just launched her third Disney-inspired collection for Kohl’s and, well, it is going to make you want to go prance in a meadow. Her latest muse is none other than Bambi, everyone’s favorite childhood woodland creature. “I have always loved Bambi. I was so excited to be able to create this collection featuring him and his friends,” she said in a statement about the line, which is available now on Kohls.com and in stores.
Conrad says she drew inspiration from the beautiful illustrations used in the original 1942 film to create the 16-piece collection that features lightweight feminine sweatshirts, easy-going tunics and patterned leggings in sizes XS-XXL. We’re eyeing the top LC is pictured in that stars the wide-eyed deer himself along with her incredibly dreamy field flower print skirt. As always, the line is very budget friendly starting as low as $24 and topping out at $64.
And don’t worry, Bambi’s pals made the sartorial cut, too. Thumper and Flower are also depicted looking cute as can be on the long-sleeved tee and sweatshirts. Hey, if you need a last minute Halloween costume, you could always wear one of the character tops with her patterned deer leggings to join LC’s animal costume squad, costume inspiration she shared earlier this week, which now we see is a clear nod to this collection. Just add ears and a little makeup and you’ll be good to go!
This latest line follows a busy fall for Conrad. She held her first major New York Fashion Week runway show back in September as part of her LC Lauren Conrad Runway Collection. That collection is available through December in stores. Bambi also marks the third Disney-inspired design line she has created in 2015. She kicked things off with Cinderella back in April followed by Minnie Mouse. Now the question is, what is next? Who’s hoping for The Little Mermaid?
What do you think of Lauren’s latest collection? What do you want to see her do next?
(Photos via @lclaurenconrad + Kohls)