House of Harlow Debuts 1st Full Ready-to-Wear Collection

It's got the kind of easy California vibe we've become accustomed to seeing from House of Harlow, which launched with accessories in 2009.
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It's got the kind of easy California vibe we've become accustomed to seeing from House of Harlow, which launched with accessories in 2009.

Looks from the House of Harlow lookbook. Photos: Courtesy

Looks from the House of Harlow lookbook. Photos: Courtesy

Last summer, Nicole Richie's accessories line House of Harlow released a ready-to-wear capsule collection in limited numbers.

It must have done pretty well, because now, just in time for (what else?) festival season, the brand has launched its first full ready-to-wear collection -- and it's pretty much exactly what you'd expect from the brand.

From laid-back, slouchy pants to geometric print tanks, it exudes the kind of easy California vibe we've become accustomed to seeing from House of Harlow, which first launched with accessories in 2009.

“It’s been so gratifying to see the fan base that has grown for our accessories over the years, so I’m thrilled to provide our loyal customers with fashion to complete their look,” Richie said in a statement. “It’s exciting that House of Harlow 1960 is now one step closer to being a complete lifestyle brand.”

The collection is available at House of Harlow now, with prices between $60 and $300.

Check out a few of our favorite looks from the lookbook:

Photos: Courtesy