The Rebecca Taylor spring ready-to-wear 2017 collection has been specifically designed with the feedback of her customer base on social media. By analyzing the feedback she received, she was able to take under advisement what the buyers really want. The resulting collection shows the request for vintage looks with a twist.
Vintage and thrift shopping has picked up a lot of speed, but great finds are rare jewels. By designing the requested styles, these rare jewels shoppers so deeply want, Rebecca Taylor is sure to have a hit on her hand. Her signature florals are present in the Rebecca Taylor spring/summer 2017 collection, accompanied by floral, ruffle trimmed bibs, ruffle tiered topes and vintage style lace in several individual pieces and full ensembles.
Sleeves that prominently feature volume work beautifully looked amazing against cleanly designed lines in long dresses and slim tops. Long lace skirts and dresses are offered in light colors, while the ruffle trim makes several appearances as well. The overall appearance is cute, with a touch of tomboy and a serious air of homemade and vintage appeal.
The return of the rectangular pockets that actually hold things, little bows where the straps meet the shoulders at the top of a dress is also spectacular. A two-piece floral printed halter set, with a waist belt that ties in a bow is a perfect example of what many wish they could find on a thrifting trip. The feel is beautiful, and oddly tomboyish and dainty at the same time.
It is the indiscriminate allowance for both genres to exist within this line that will make it a success in the spring and summer seasons of 2017. As ready-to-wear goes, there are many different pieces that could successfully be merged with modern denim, or mixed and matched with something edgier for a more individualistic aesthetic.
The hybrid attempt of designing a collection specifically to meet the wants of a customer base while staying true to the brand’s well-known look is executed beautifully. There is no jarringly obvious point within the collection; it is persistently cohesive, showing an unyielding desire to meet the requests of the customers. The feedback will provide a hint to other designers, a direct link to the buyers and designers creating fashion that is fully appreciated.
The Rebecca Taylor spring 2017 ready-to-wear collection is a multi textured option that offers customers much more than other lines, and that is a direct response. The smooth texture of the florals and solid colors works well against the textured vintage style floral lace. Every item is attractive and easy to pair with most other pieces in the collection as well.
Shorts, pants, dresses, two-piece sets and even overalls are all impeccably tailored, useful thanks in large part to the deep pockets and stunning. A good portion of this ready-to-wear collection is done in soft, muted colors to give off the vintage appearance that is very much in demand. Now, keep on checking RebeccaTaylor.com to get your hands on these pretty, wearable pieces as soon as they become available for purchase!
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