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Lauren Conrad talks Kohl's spring 2014 with 'Entertainment Tonight'

Lauren Conrad appeared on tonight's edition of "Entertainment Tonight" promoting her upcoming LC Lauren Conrad spring collection at Kohl's delivering her insight on the looks. Every now and then, Lauren makes an appearance on "ET" to promote upcoming seasonal collections for "ET''s Kohl's Look for Less" feature giving the low down on her designs.

For this segment, Lauren answers Instagram questions from young ladies about 3 looks Lauren has to offer, Lauren starts with florals which are always popular for Lauren. Lauren says florals over florals are fine, but one must balance out the amount of floral prints used over another floral when mixing and matching.

Answering the question too that sunglasses are the must have accessory of the summer, Lauren brings out models starting out with a spring dress heavily colored in teal with lace and large scale floral. The dress also embodies a fitted flare and silhouette making this look more playful while nipping at the waist giving a natural look.

Lauren then moves on to a look that's built around a pair of black shorts which Lauren loves as her go to every now and then. The shorts are teamed with a sleeveless navy blue polka-dot button-down blouse with detailed pleating around the collar, and black ballet flats to complete the look.

Sometime next week, Lauren is sure to unveil her complete Kohl's May collection at having more than several looks to choose from as the weather finally warms up without cold in-between. Women proudly braving the cold all winter cannot wait to show off their hot bodies wearing the always beautiful offerings from Lauren.

It is always a refreshing moment for this examiner to see Lauren Conrad appear on "Entertainment Tonight" hand delivering Kohl's to the American public establishing how far Lauren has come from her roots. It won't be long now before Lauren extends her Kohl's feature on "ET" delivering her entire seasonal collection for young women to go buy.

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