Tory Burch Spring/Summer 2015 Collection – New York Fashion Week
When it comes to utterly girly, playful and easy-to-wear daywear pieces, we can always rely on Tory Burch, as the designer’s talent to present immensely creative ways of building up effortlessly chic daytime outfits is unmatchable. The newest Tory Burch spring/summer 2015 collection just unveiled at New York Fashion Week spring 2015 is undeniably cute, fresh and girly, as we expected it to be. Filled with some fresh prints and patterns (it’s Tory’s talent to play with prints skillfully), a fusion of bright and calm shades, as well as some creative shapes and interesting ways of matching them together, the newest Tory Burch spring 2015 collection promises to take a special place in the upcoming spring fashion scene.
The Tory Burch spring/summer 2015 collection bears kind of a subtle and admirable boldness thanks to the ethnic-inspired prints and patterns used that come matched with geometric motifs, Grecian key inspired prints and some charming nature patterns, mainly put as palm trees and other types of plants and trees put in the beautiful blue shade and used on a white backdrop, creating the effect of delicate china vases. In line with pops of mustard yellows, reds and blues, the collection also shows calm white, cream, grayish silver and black shades for all those, who feel more comfortable in versatile muted hues. Subtle fringe details mainly used for adorning the hemlines of the straight below-the-knee skirts, the tailored and printed shorts and the straight elongated tops, some oversized silhouettes at times making an appearance, metallic silver motifs used for adorning the Grecian key prints and lots of colorful small stripes and checkered prints represent the following key details used for giving life to this collection.
The show of the Tory Burch spring/summer 2015 collection started with a yellow intrusion, which was combined with the white color being used in the form of ethnic-inspired geometric patterns. Colorful stripes were adorning either the top or the skirt of the separates, while the bottom or the top in the case of the latter was put in the same mustard shade. There was a black mini dress using bold prints in white and red tones, which exuded lots of confidence and seductiveness, being an ideal option to wear to parties. The creative white dress with brown tree prints fused two different fabrics and prints, looking ultra-original and cool. There we also saw a short-sleeved bodysuit in the same white and brown mood and featuring the same tree prints, which bore kind of retro touches.
Duos of slightly slouchy and oversized culottes and elongated tops (they kind of resembled stylish pajamas), colorful checkered pants, skirts, tops and shorts duos, looks featuring blue-and-red checks and stripes came right after. The end of the show was calm and harmonious, featuring lots of cream and beige tones adorned with the same ethnic, geometric and Grecian key prints.
The looks were accessorized with chunky metallic earrings and super-comfy sandals or white brogues, as well as some unique wanna-have bags that instantly popped out. Wholly, every small detail was made to be worn easily, making one look chic without giving the impression that she has tried too hard.
Photos courtesy of Vogue UK