Juicy Couture Fall 2013: Bad Reputation

What's a Juicy Couture girl to do when she finally grows out of velour tracksuits? Trick question: the Juicy Couture girl never fully grows out of velour tracksuits. At least that's what was apparent at the L.A.-bred company's fall showing, aptly titled, "Bad Reputation."
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What's a Juicy Couture girl to do when she finally grows out of velour tracksuits? Trick question: the Juicy Couture girl never fully grows out of velour tracksuits. At least that's what was apparent at the L.A.-bred company's fall showing, aptly titled, "Bad Reputation."
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What's a Juicy Couture girl to do when she finally grows out of velour tracksuits? Okay, that's a trick question. The Juicy Couture girl never fully grows out of velour tracksuits. That much was clear at the L.A.-bred company's fall showing, aptly titled, "Bad Reputation."

There was a cheeky nod to the brand's iconic tracksuit in a leopard print jacket and on printed pants. Pink and white stripes are a sweeter option if leopard print isn't your thing. But Juicy also showed that their girl is growing up, able to evolve and expand her closet into one filled with staples. If Juicy had its way these would include: Blouses in a red iris print, leggings and dresses in bright floral, sharp blazers, logo tees and studded trousers. The most daring piece of all? One specific for a night on the town--a plunging v-neck dress, laced up, but oh-so revealing. It's clear that some things may have changed, but that L.A. spirit will always remain.