The attempt to translate traditional vibes into a modern urban style has served as the main concept of the newest Tibi fall/winter 2014-2015 collection, unveiled during the third day of New York Fashion Week. As a result, the creative designer of the fashion house, Amy Smilovic turned to the Amish and the pastoral lifestyle for inspiration to design a line that is comfy, cozy and ultra-covetable especially for the cold days of fall. Tibi literally has it all to make you the most stylish fashionista this fall, be it standout outerwear options, ultra-comfortable footwear or casual day-to-day staples with a high dose of glamour and chic!
As it’s about a cold season line, naturally coats serve as the focusing point of the Tibi fall/winter 2014-2015 collection, coming in a vast diversity of shapes, shades and textures. Thus you have the oversized blue options, the spectacular fluffy mohair coats with belts resembling the sleeves of the same coat (this was a technique applied to most of the designs in this line, not only to the coats) or the cozy wool alternatives, ready to protect you from the severe cold outside!
The coziness of the collection is provided also by the array of knitted ensembles, be it oversized sweaters, turtlenecks, super-long fuzzy scarves or kaftans. Another noteworthy aspect of the Tibi fall/winter 2014-2015 collection is the use of masculine notes, mainly put in the choice of the materials and patterns. This way, you can see the chic blazers and pants, as well as the attention-grabbing Amish hats that usually men tend to wear!
When it comes to timeless trends spotted in the Tibi fall/winter 2014-2015 collection, we can note the black leather being used for creating the mini fold skirts, the chic denim pieces, as well as the black color used to a high proportion throughout the entire line. Both in terms of its inspiration and the designs showcased, the Tibi fall/winter 2014-2015 collection can rightly be considered a unique fall line with a strong say in the world of the newest fashion trends!
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