Arrows, like those used on street signs, provided a key motif for Lisa Perry’s collection. She knitted and appliquéd them on tops and dresses, sometimes placing two in opposing directions or facing up one side of a dress. These came with the right touch of vintage and whimsy. Perry also continued to evolve her Sixties proclivities with a new waisted version of her signature circle shift; a cool diagonal color block on a gray dress, and several fun knits, including a long black top — or minidress — with the word “Love” spelled out in hot pink, one of Perry’s favorite hues.

Arrows, like those used on street signs, provided a key motif for Lisa Perry’s collection. She knitted and appliquéd them on tops and dresses, sometimes placing two in opposing directions or facing up one side of a dress. These came with the right touch of vintage and whimsy. Perry also continued to evolve her Sixties proclivities with a new waisted version of her signature circle shift; a cool diagonal color block on a gray dress, and several fun knits, including a long black top — or minidress — with the word “Love” spelled out in hot pink, one of Perry’s favorite hues.

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