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Zimmermann's modern Prairie girl wore ultra-feminine looks for Spring. Asymmetry was writ large from the draping on tops - one shoulder was often left exposed while the other covered - to frills that swooped and skimmed the body and uneven hems. The lightness of the sheer fabric and prettiness of the florals were grounded by booties and boots that featured intricate lacing. Similar corsetry turned up on tops and bustiers and, as a counterpoint, suits and coats were rendered in windowpane check.
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