I personally own at least six BCBG dresses. For my 40th birthday party last year, I wore this fabulous also tribal inspired BCBG dress. The Spring 2012 collections is fluid waist-less (and drop-waist) silhouettes—complete with cut-outs and low-slung shoulders—in graphic tribal-inspired geometric prints and embroideries. I am so loving the BCBGMax Azira Spring 2012
BCBG is an acronym for bon chic, bon genre—or good style, good attitude. Designed by Max Azria under the close supervision of wife Lubova, the urban-urchin label’s got legions of celebrity clients, 475 retail boutiques worldwide, and a slew of offshoots, including the more casual BCBGeneration, the more upscale Max Azria Collection, and BCBGirls footwear, with acquisitions ranging from mass-market MAXRave to legendary Hervé Léger. Dresses and mix-and-match separates are the brand’s bread and butter: youthful but not cutesy, easy-to-wear, and with a bit of an edge.