Ralph Lauren Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

Despite the fact that very many interesting and quite creative suggestions have already been introduced to our attention, as the pre-fall collections of popular fashion brands are unveiled, it looks like many of those who haven’t come up with their say yet, have something special and exclusive for us. Ralph Laurent is the one among many to present the flabbergasting Ralph Laurent pre-fall 2014 collection, which seems to be the synonym of what Ralph Laurent thinks about when imagining subtlety and delicate silhouettes. Talking about the line before the fashion show organized in his women’s store on Madison Avenue, he noted, “Very delicate, very sleek, very modern, with touches of detail. It’s very subtle.”

Ralph Lauren Pre-Fall 2014 Collection


In fact, if he didn’t say anything at all, this would be possible to grasp from the very first look. First of all what underlies the delicacy of the garments is the color. Having opted for the most soothing and calm shades possible, Ralph Laurent made this as a core point to the line. The next major factor here is the shapes, which sometimes come as relaxed and minimalistic, while in other cases being sophisticated and classy. This is true about the minimalistically shaped dresses of grey and camel shades, being loosely left or fastened with a belt, the scrupulous drapings applied to many skirts, which are put in combos with nice tops and especially well-matching the sweatshirts, or just the interesting pairs of top and pants plus an outerwear detail.
Turtlenecks and furry elements are also quite popular for the looks. So are the body-flattering silhouettes for a breathtaking array of grey dresses, being the real icons of chic here. The diversity of straight and skinny pants is also noteworthy in the Ralph Laurent pre-fall 2014 collection. So are the cute poncho of grey shade and the super impressive lace put to the neckline of another body-con dress.

Ralph Lauren Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

Ralph Lauren Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

Ralph Lauren Pre-Fall 2014 Collection
The manly suit and tie attitude was also here, immediately followed with the most weightless part being the chiffon pieces, especially frequent with fluttery skirts. The final combination of the latter with super fluffy details and ultra-sophisticated and scrupulous embroidery is what the Ralph Laurent pre-fall 2014 collection is concluded with. The floor length stunners that come at the very end are there for blowing our minds away ultimately. Thus, have these uber feminine looks for any occasion or look you like with the Ralph Laurent made beauty of yours!

Ralph Lauren Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

Ralph Lauren Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

Ralph Lauren Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

Photos courtesy of WWD

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