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Dreamy LA label Cloud Hunter has given loungewear lovers another reason to keep snoozing. In the newest lookbook for her second Langeuroux collection, designer Megan Pearl takes her retro underpinnings on a midsummer daydream straight from the barre.
Showcased in a charming garden setting by LA Ballet dancer Katherine Cowgill, the made-in-LA range ($53 to $290) channels bohemian ballerinas with #iwokeeuplikethis vibes. Comprised of lace-trimmed floral dusters, deadstock silk velvet slips, lightweight cashmere crop tops, stone-washed silk camis, and more, the entire collection is ready to help us tap into our '70s flower child fresh from a stylish slumber sesh. (The brand's bedding line can back you up on that.)