The Ottoman Empire as Tadashi Shoji‘s token of inspiration for the collection. Comes a palette of rich hues like: Emerald, Red, Cobalt Blue, Cream, and of course Black. The collection is composed of mainly lacedresses, (and of course some floor length gowns), which’ll look perfect for any Holiday party or gathering you’ll be attending. The red lace dress with a full skirt will look perfect when visiting family. While the strapless cream dress with black lace embriodered across the sides will look perfect for getting cocktails, or to a Black & White ball. And the Cobalt and Emerald dresses, with black lace embroidery will be perfect from a day at the office to a Holiday party. Making me wish that Cotillion had a Holiday Ball, so I could attend in one of Tadashi Shoji’s stunners.
Leather trousers and a Masculine trench gets paired with a pearl necklace. A black hoodie gets feminine with a lace pencil skirt. A tweed jacket and shorts are paired with a black peplum top, and a matching fur Shaw. Leather baroque pants and a pearl necklace get dressed down with a black tee and jean jacket. And a sequined dress gets worn underneath a slouchy black hoodie for a more casual, daytimey feel. For Pre-Fall 2014, Vera Wang gives your favorite Masculine and Sporty inspired pieces a Feminine and Ladylike touch. Reminding me a little of Wang’s Fall 2013 collection, when it comes to the long gloves and the Beautiful baroque in hues of lavender and black. The collection feels oh-so-Beautiful and so right now, when the Masculine and Sporty elements come in to play. Leaving me wishing for some of the looks to appear under the Christmas tree.
Since Christmas is on it’s way, and today marks the beginning of the last week of school before a long Winter Break, I decided that I would kick off the week in Christmas Spirit! 1940s style!!!!! As today was ugly … Continue reading →