Women’s L.L. Bean Signature F/W 2010

Alex Carleton has wooed us once again with his L.L. Bean Signature F/W 2010 collection. Knits, flannels and leathers in rich autumn hues and with a touch of whimsy (turtlenecks with scenes of canoes and ducks and beautifully fitting plaid trousers), these pieces will be easy to wear and easy to love. I have my heart set on the forest leather jacket, honey cord shorts, knee high bean boots, mustard chamois shirt and . . . who am I kidding, I want it all. August 2nd will be a big day with the catalog dropping and the collection becoming available at the L.L. Bean Signature webstore.

If you haven’t checked out the men’s L.L. Bean Signature F/W lookbook, head over to Sartorially Inclined immediately where Lawrence waxes poetic on the rugged details and modern silhouettes of this incredible collection.

Special thank you to Laurie Brooks at L.L. Bean for sharing the lookbook with us.

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6 responses to “Women’s L.L. Bean Signature F/W 2010

  1. Riley

    Fantastic!! Thanks for posting this!

  2. Angela

    I wish these items came in Petite!

  3. How is the fit for Signature? I hope Alex is able to work with slimmer cuts. Nothing is more disappointing than a well-styled look book and the reality of trying on the clothes that may look nothing like that in real life.

  4. Hey Liana,

    The fits have been pretty true to size for me so far. And of course L.L. Bean’s amazing return policy and customer service make returns and exchanges easy as pie if you have an issue.

  5. These are pretty neat designs indeed. I really like the brown one 🙂

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