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Dissecting the Awesomeness of Kate Spade Saturday's Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

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It's true: Kate Spade's one-year-old sister line, Kate Spade Saturday, really does just keep getting better. Every time I've gone into that store, I've seen something I wanted needed to own. And next summer, when this collection hits stores, will be no exception. How do I love thee Kate Spade Saturday Pre-Fall? Let me count the ways...

The accessories are perfect. While it's not that hard to find affordable accessories, it's difficult to find any that look as good (i.e. expensive) as Kate Spade Saturday's. The shoes and handbags are key here. Those striped espadrilles? Essential. The low wooden-heeled sandal with criss-cross leather straps? Also essential. The small sage green bucket bag? Perfection.

The color palette is exactly what I'm going to need at the end of the summer. I have the feeling that in the next six months, I'll already be over pastels (since they started popping up at the beginning of fall). So it's refreshing to see this practically pastel-free range. The colors are almost deliberately ugly, but it somehow works and feels new.

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