Mulberry Gives Classic Staples a Cute and Cozy Twist for Pre-Fall

As Iconic Creative Director, Emma Hill, (who by the way helped give the House of Mulberry a name), departed Mulberry. The first collection without the designer at the brand gave Classic staples a Cute and Cozy twist. The importance of outerwear was shown, as puffy coats get a trench inspired silhouette and are finished off with a cute little bow. The bow, itself, seen a lot throughout the collection, as the bow is also seen on Pea Green draping silk tops, paired with a Classic black suit or pencil skirt. And even giving a blouse in a horiziontally striped print, usually seen on your traditional menswear button-down, a cute and feminine twist. While a tan jumpsuit with paisleys embroidered all over it; makes me reminscene the days when Emma Hill reigned at Mulberry.

See the full collection at: http://www.style.com/fashionshows/complete/slideshow/2014PF-MULBERRY/#1

Tory Burch Kicks Off Pre-Fall 2014 Fashion Week with an 18 Look Collection

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As the days for Pre-Fall 2014 collections arrive upon us, Tory Burch kicks off the 2-3 month season with a Beautiful, feminine, cute, Preppy, yet oh-so-Tory collection. As Jersey girl, Juliana Schurig shows off this 18 look collection, I notice an element seen a lot throughout the Spring 2014 collections, a mixing and matching prints. In the beginning comes an array of polka dotted and monochrome prints mixed together consisting of mainly hues of Black, white, and Navy, creating a Classy and feminine, and more mature look. Burch also includes many elements such as Beautiful floral prints, (one of my all-time favorite trends for Fall). And towards the end of the collection, favorite hue right now: Red. And I just love how however many prints are mixed and matched, each look is topped up a Cute blouse underneath, and one of my favorite trends, knee-high socks!!!!! Giving the collection a very modern, 60s feel to it. Overall, just an exciting start to this Pre-Fall and Fall 2014 season. Bravo, Tory!