Bright oranges, gorgeous prints and classic shapes filled the runway at Tory Burch for her newest collection. As I walked into the energetic, glowing room all I could hear was girl whispering to girl “omg, I would DIE for that” “that is gorgeous” “I neeeeed that come Spring” … needless to say I think it was a hit.
Tory Burch is a designer that season after season you know you can count on timeless styles that are beautiful in both shape and quality. When I think of Tory Burch, the iconic ballet flat first comes to mind, but then I think of the classic American girl. A girl who has wind-dried hair, fresh skin, and an East Coast vibe. You’ll never see the Tory Burch girl with edgy Taylor Momsen makeup or ripped leather, she’s the classy, the kept, the natural girl next door. I appreciate Tory Burch, the designer, for everything she stands for and her ability to be both a role model in the design world as well as a powerful woman.
A full spectrum of pieces, colors and prints were seen as well as some killer accessories…
Lucite and charms make for a compelling combination.
Ladylike handbags are a must-have for Spring. This two-toned satchel is perfect for work and brunch!
I was lucky enough to attend this event as a correspdent for Julie of the amazing blog I Heart Heels, so of course I was paying extra special attention to the beautiful shoes! “Flat-forms” were seen ALL over the S/S ’11 runways. Get ready for a comfy season!
Metallic stacked heels at an edge of glamour to a casual look.
A absolutely LOVE this pop of coral! (It’s less red, more pink in reality).
While I personally would not wear a full white suit, I am in love with these wide leg white trousers. This look is great on girls of all shapes, where as white jeans and skinnies should be saved for a select few in my opinion.
This long slim skirt is the perfect balance of sleek, prim and Mad-Men inspired without looking like you’re at a costume party. And a bright yellow bag brings a sunny vibe into any, even gloomy, day.
Break out your crochet, high waisted trousers, and mayjor prints, the 70’s are back in a REAL way. TIP: Pick one 70’s centric piece, like these girls to have an inspired, not overkill outfit.
I bow down to Tory and her graceful, ever chic pieces season after season. I NEED this collection come spring! Yes, the entire line. Done.