Our Top Picks From Lane Bryant’s New Designer Collection

Your spring wardrobe will thank you.

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In case you haven’t heard the good news, Lane Bryant has teamed up with cool-kid fashion designer, Prabal Gurung, to bring his signature chic aesthetic to an extended range of sizes. “Our goal has always been to create a luxury brand with soul, and inclusion is inherent to this ideal,” says Gurung.

The collection debuted in Vogue, worn by model Ashley Graham. It’s available starting Monday in select Lane Bryant stores, and on lanebryant.com (so if you’ve ever wanted a chance to own a piece of fashion history—now’s your chance!).

We picked a few of our favorite pieces from the collection (which ranges from jumpsuits to form-fitting dresses to feminine, full skirts) that you can incorporate seamlessly into your closet.


Cold-Shoulder Sweater

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Why stick to one trend, when this piece seamlessly includes all the best? Subtly sexy open shoulders, sporty stripes, and a clean-feeling mix of white and navy happily coexist in this lightweight, perfect-for-spring cotton sweater.

To buy: $98, lanebryant.com.


Colorblock Fit & Flare Dress

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More than meets the eye, this knee-length swingy frock features a flattering, full-skirted silhouette, with strategic, angled color-blocking that has an elongating effect on your figure. (And did you catch the cool leather detailing at the collar?)

To buy: $138, lanebryant.com.



Floral Circle Skirt

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A full midi skirt should be a staple in every woman’s closet. The timeless shape will never go out of style, and has a universal appeal that looks great on everyone. We love this fresh-feeling iris print—pair it with button-down shirt for a work wardrobe refresh, or add another floral print on top for a daring mix-and-match look.

To buy: $108, lanebryant.com.


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