which is your favorite?

NYFW – my thoughts, collected

new york fashion week is an event that designers, models, … a bunch of people, have been planning for and dreaming about since, well, last year’s new york fashion week.

i am not one of them. but i do love following WWD and nytimesstyles on twitter and seeing from all of the designers. here are some of my favorites

the lovely below the knee ruffle is accented by the strong lines of this suit

i want to wear this fancy frock to a party! and please pay attention to the styling details - from the hair all the way to the beautiful lady-like shoes!
this feminine waisteline - cinched with a ribbon, flared at the hip - is a woman's dream
does this say i am a woman hear me roar or what!? fur. pleats. length. wintry. yes.
Sultry femininity in baby blue - a well paired match
straight lines. fully feminine. and all in shades of black.
this is very 60's mod glam to me. fur - the cut - and i would wear this!

sparkles - high waist - full skirt - perfection!
head, shoulders, knees, and toes - all throughout, the cuts and lines (and the adorable pointed bow heels!) of this ladylike look is delicate and daring.

i really appreciate the bold femininity that is taking the stage in modern fashion today – i definitely think it’s about time!

4 thoughts on “which is your favorite?

  1. I love the gold shimmery cocktail ensemble! That would look adorable on you.

    Now you need to do a post on all the CRAZY stuff that designers showed at fashion week! For every wonderful piece there always seems to be one that makes you wonder if they were seeing straight that day :).

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