Reese Witherspoon Wears Draper James To Perfection & You Can Shop Her Exact Look

Producer/actress Reese Witherspoon arrives for the premiere of Hot Pursuit on April 30th, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. AFP PHOTO / Valerie Macon (Photo credit should read VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images)
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It seems like celebrity fashion endeavors are a dime a dozen these days — you've got Kate Hudson's Fabletics, you've got Gwen Stefani's L.A.M.B. (and I don't know about you, but I totally have a Harajuku Girls wallet circa 2008), you've got the Olsen twins and The Row (AKA the recently-crowned CFDA Womenswear Designer(s) of the Year). Yep, celebrity-designed (or curated) collections are growing ever-more popular, and Reese Witherspoon's Draper James is one of the newest additions to the list. 

Her company, which celebrated the opening of its e-commerce destination last month, speaks to the modern-day Southern belle, with offerings in both the sartorial and lifestyle departments. Draper James' clothes, which are quite work-appropriate (not to mention brunch-appropriate), have an ultra-ladylike and polished vibe, and are priced on the higher end of affordable (think Kate Spade or Michael Kors — they're the kind of thing you'd wear to a relative's graduation ceremony, or to a fancy baby shower).

She's always had a hands-on approach to her brand (she's even been known to drop by the factory to sew some blue jeans), and that includes modeling. Of course, she models her wares on her site, but she also uses the world as her runway. She recently wore her own line when she was out shopping in Santa Monica, and she looked like polished summery perfection personified. Let's take a look!

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Pretty darn adorable, right? Now it's time to shop the look:

The Blouse

Tweed Nashville Shirt, $195, Draper James

The Skimmers

Tootsie Jean, $148, Draper James

The Tote

Printed Vanderbilt Tote, $165, Draper James

Not too shabby, eh? I especially love the gingham blouse.

Images: Draper James

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