The star has a thing for the simple silhouette

By jencress
Updated October 24, 2012 10:00 PM
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“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” must be Lauren Conrad‘s style mantra. Because while traveling across the country for her book tour, the author has worn an A-line mini for Every. Single. Stop.

Conrad kicked off her promo trip in New York City, where the silhouette made its first appearance in the form of a lacy yellow Yoana Baraschi dress (available for $288 at Anthropologie).

At her second pit stop in Fairless Hills, Penn., Conrad opted for a shorter fit-and-flare rose brocade Erin by Erin Fetherston design, followed by a tangerine Harlyn mini in Miami Beach. Also worth noting: She didn’t just repeat the style, but she also accessorized each look in a similar way, with pale pumps, loose waves and a nude lip.

But she did shake things up (a little bit) when she stopped in Santa Monica, Calif. Though her signature A-line made an appearance, it was an edgy leather version by Johanna Johnson (similar to this one for $110). She also chose new finishing touches: Instead of nude shoes and soft waves, she selected black heels and a high pony with a few loose tendrils. Tell us: Do you love Conrad’s favorite dress silhouette or do you think she should try something new?

–Jennifer Cress