Fall/winter 2014-2015 seems to be the era of the most imaginative and renovated designs ever presented! The latter find their best expressions as prints, too, some of the most eye-catching exemplars of which can be found with the brand new Tory Burch fall/winter 2014-2015 collection presented during the amazing New York Fashion Week. The uber-imaginative pieces we found during this fashion show are, indeed, more than just cool and classy. They are adorned with the most incredible vibes and details created with the modest number of colors, preserved within the tones of black, white, and grey.
The few golden plays and the navy blue pieces seen in between the garments are also significant for the overall effect of the Tory Burch fall/winter 2014-2015 collection. Thus, the opening looks present some very delicate and subtle designs of the top and skirt combinations, and the sweet transparency plays for the shirts matched with the silver glittery skirts ideally. The design patterns we saw with these combos are later used for the relaxed and cute pants, too, which came matched with the pure white classy shirt and finished off with the golden belt and the heavy accessories.
The luxurious furry details used for the skirts and the tops and matched with the most diverse color shades are the following hit of the Tory Burch fall/winter 2014-2015 collection. The uber-chic combination of the floral printed skirt, the jacket and the top, still preserving the golden glitter was also remarkable. The pleated and structured leather was the following key technique for the outerwear garments and the skirts. The pleated designs are used for the following textures of the skirts, too, coming matched with the glittery tops of the similar silver shades. They are also the key detail for the chic coats having them for the bottom part.
So the only thing left for you to do is to find the options that you like the most in the Tory Burch fall/winter 2014-2015 collection and to have them in your daily wardrobe for different and impressive looks.
Photos courtesy of Vogue