Of Two Minds Fall 2011 Look Book: A Little Style on the Prairie

L.A.-based clothing line Of Two Minds brought designer Sunjoo Moon to the helm last year, and the results are fantastic. Moon takes SoCal's hippie roots and infuses them with a louche, urban cool to create dreamy, vintage-inspired pieces the likes of which Florence Welch would swoon over. This fall, the native prints and loose silhouettes went in a Southwestern direction for a very Little-Fashionite-On-The-Prairie vibe.
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L.A.-based clothing line Of Two Minds brought designer Sunjoo Moon to the helm last year, and the results are fantastic. Moon takes SoCal's hippie roots and infuses them with a louche, urban cool to create dreamy, vintage-inspired pieces the likes of which Florence Welch would swoon over. This fall, the native prints and loose silhouettes went in a Southwestern direction for a very Little-Fashionite-On-The-Prairie vibe.
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L.A.-based clothing line Of Two Minds brought designer Sunjoo Moon to the helm last year, and the results are fantastic. Moon takes SoCal's hippie roots and infuses them with a louche, urban cool to create dreamy, vintage-inspired pieces the likes of which Florence Welch would swoon over. This fall, the native prints and loose silhouettes went in a Southwestern direction for a very Little-Fashionite-On-The-Prairie vibe.

The jackets deserve particular attention for their beautiful tailoring that is both unrestrictive yet fitted to the frame. Some follow a loose blazer style--the brown leather ones are absolutely gorgeous, as is a fur-trimmed longer version--while others are short and boxy with rounded buttons and piping trim. The attention to detail shines through in a few pairs of tailored shorts with interesting diagonal button closures and knit embroidery in a lacy floral pattern.

It's almost French in the way it all falls together so effortlessly, yet the Americana feel is loud and clear. This line has something for everyone, whether your sport is ascending Laurel Canyon or the escalator at South Coast Plaza.