First Look: Katie Ermilio Spring 2011

If we had to wear nothing but Katie Ermilio's Spring 2011 collection next year, that would be fine. Katie was pretty much born into fashion. Her grandmother was Grace Kelly's personal clothier and her grandfather made iconic jackets for events like Augusta's master tournament and World War II. While that might be a daunting history to live up to, Katie's contribution to the family business is definitely worthy of recognition. The look is understated elegance. Simple cream dresses are the perfect length and boast just enough interesting detail--a sheer overlay or peplum--to keep them from being too simple. And, there are two silk blouses that are more than worthy of our affection. Click through for the lookbook!
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If we had to wear nothing but Katie Ermilio's Spring 2011 collection next year, that would be fine. Katie was pretty much born into fashion. Her grandmother was Grace Kelly's personal clothier and her grandfather made iconic jackets for events like Augusta's master tournament and World War II. While that might be a daunting history to live up to, Katie's contribution to the family business is definitely worthy of recognition. The look is understated elegance. Simple cream dresses are the perfect length and boast just enough interesting detail--a sheer overlay or peplum--to keep them from being too simple. And, there are two silk blouses that are more than worthy of our affection. Click through for the lookbook!
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If we had to wear nothing but Katie Ermilio's Spring 2011 collection next year, that would be fine.

Katie was pretty much born into fashion. Her grandmother was Grace Kelly's personal clothier and her grandfather made iconic jackets for events like Augusta's master tournament and World War II. While that might be a daunting history to live up to, Katie's contribution to the family business is definitely worthy of recognition.

The look is understated elegance. Simple cream dresses are the perfect length and boast just enough interesting detail--a sheer overlay or peplum--to keep them from being too simple. And, there are two silk blouses that are more than worthy of our affection.

Click through for the lookbook!