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Loeffler Randall’s New Ready-To-Wear Collection Features The Perfect Pieces To Wear With The Brand’s Signature Shoes

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What happens when a brand known for serving up swoon-worthy shoes, bags, and accessories expands to clothing? Well, when it comes to Loeffler Randall's new ready-to-wear collection, the result is a dreamy lineup of pieces that you're not going to want to waste any time getting your hands on. The New York City-based brand has expanded its offerings and brought the feminine, eye-catching vibes of its accessories to a curated selection of separates and dresses.

Loeffler Randall's first foray into ready-to-wear comes on the heels of the release of its new jewelry collection, making it a big month of launches for the brand. And, like the addition of jewelry, the unveiling of this entirely new capsule feels like a natural next step for the brand, as it'll allow shoppers to achieve a head-to-toe Loeffler Randall look.

"I loved the idea of starting very small, making an edited selection of pieces in tiny batches that are only available on our site," reads a statement by designer Jessie Randall. "Realizing the full LR look from shoes to bags to jewelry and now clothing is a dream come true."

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Ranging from $145 to $350, the brand's first collection is small but mighty, and includes tops, dresses, and a skirt. Currently, you can scoop up the beach-ready floral June dress for $295 as well as the linen Gisela top in either white or a pretty floral print for $145 each. Either blouse will pair well with the ruffled, blush-hued Frederika skirt, $350, which is listed as "coming soon," as are the two color iterations of the Enid dress. And, though these three pieces aren't yet available for purchase, you can add your name to the wait list in order to be one of the first to shop the styles.

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Designed to pair well with Loeffler Randall footwear, the dresses and the skirt will match up with a range of the brand's signature shoe styles seamlessly. Just take the Enid dress for $350: Designed in both a blush-pink and a striking marigold, the belted, long breezy frock will look just as good with the Emilia — a mid-heel knot bow slide sandal — now as it will styled with a set of the tall Goldy boots in cognac when the cooler weather arrives.

Continue on to be one of the first to shop Loeffler Randall's new collection of ready-to-wear styles that you can easily transition from summer to fall.