Thursday, January 23, 2014

Pre-Fall Fashion Week!

I never got around to finishing my posts about Spring fashion week shows, and now it's already time for Pre-Fall! Here's what I'm loving so far:




Totally loving this Alice + Olivia skirt. Or maybe it's a dress? Whatever it is, I want to wear it.



Alberta Ferretti was, as usual, super fun to look at. I'm really hoping that the nautical theme of this collection is a hint that we'll see lots of nautical this fall! It's kind of my favorite thing. A lot of the looks were much more wearable nautical styles, but this one was just interesting to look at! I absolutely love when collections alternate between pieces you can actually imagine wearing and more conceptual looks that are fun to ponder.



From the same collection, I really love this except for the weird pouch type thing at the front. Fashionable fanny pack? Otherwise, it's like wearing the Tempest. I'd love to put this on! As a side note, the styling and photography for this collection were SO on point.



Posting this Badgley Mischka dress entirely because it has sleeves EXACTLY like a thrift store dress I'm working on! Going to come back to this for inspiration!



This Fausto Puglisi collection was a lot of fun. Totally love the use of prints.




I LOVED the color palate for this Milly collection - a soft blush pink mixed with a lot of black, white and grey. I wasn't a big fan of most of the designs, but I do really love the shape of this skirt. So fun to wear! I want one like this for like a Valentine's Day date outfit or something!


I love this whole Naeem Khan collection!



I wasn't a huge fan of this Nicole Miller collection, but I do really like this look, mostly because it looks like something that a real life woman might throw together.



This dress from the same collection is pretty amazeballs. I sooo want this one!

I'm going to break here since these fashion week posts are always so photo heavy. More soon! Any favorites so far?

And I'm totally curious - When it comes to fashion week, do you prefer collections with clothes you can actually imagine wearing, or collections of totally out there fashion that's more about the art of the design than being practical?

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