The Tadashi Shoji spring/summer 2014 collection got unveiled on the first day of New York Fashion Week, bringing an air of sophistication, femininity and aristocracy to the runway. It was all about ladylike silhouettes, delicate fabrics, intricate details and charming colors that together make the Tadashi Shoji woman ultra-divine this spring! If you are getting ready for your friend’s wed or a modern fashion party, this collection is sure to provide you with the best outfit ever!
Femininity is present throughout the Tadashi Shoji spring/summer 2014 collection not only thanks to the myriad of ladies dresses present, which, by the way, are the main attributes of this spring’s line of the talented fashion designer, but also through a sugary color palette, featuring mint greens, lemon yellows, pale lavenders, pastel pinks, as well as whites, creams and subtle black touches. The pieces demonstrated didn’t stand out with their complicated prints and patterns, but rather with the use of lots of embroidery, metallic fringe, lace, organza, abstract plaid and the ideal amount of sparkle that never looked overwhelming.
The long gowns and dresses at Tadashi Shoji scream retro all the way round thanks to the full skirts and the sheath details applied. There was no room for edginess and vulgarism, if not only for delicacy and romanticism, whether you are thinking about daytime looks or breathtaking red-carpet-worthy flowy gowns. The designer managed to perfectly combine modern touches with vintage, creating the most bewitching line for spring 2014 ever!
Perfectly fitting in with the current fashion trends, the Tadashi Shoji spring/summer 2014 collection also brought some casual blouses, shorts and skirts, all featuring transparent fabrics and embroidery. Those day-to-day chic looks were completed with fab flat sandals, while the more ethereal outfits came finished with classic pumps and elegant earrings. Effortless tresses hanging out and a natural makeup make the Tadashi Shoji woman simply fantastic and undeniably classy!
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