Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Spring 2014 Collection Sneak Peek: Collette by Collette Dinnigan, Issa London, Erin Fetherston, Charlotte Ronson


Sutton and I got a sneak peek at the Spring 2014 collections of some of our favorite brands and I thought it would be really selfish of me to keep all that preview glory to ourselves. Before you know it, it will be time to start making your spring shopping list, so you need to know what you should be marking down. Here are some of our favorite picks from Collette by Collette Dinnigan, Issa London, Erin Fetherston and Charlotte Ronson. 

Collette by Collette Dinnigan:

Think supremely feminine and intrinsically bohemian. Her signature oh-so-intricate embroidery and flattering, ladylike silhouette are on full display with a whimsical twist.
















Issa:



Who doesn’t love an Issa print? I know you do. Issa nails that effortless glamour – the silhouette just fit and flow like they were made for you. And the prints that splash those silhouettes? Vibrant, bohemian, vacation-ready even in the city…they just make you glow.















Erin Fetherston:



Looking at Erin Fetherston’s line, the first word that comes to mind is very simple: beautiful. It’s bohemian, simple, ethereal…elegant in a fresh, youthful way. It flows, it’s featherweight, it’s dreamy. Inspired by Erin’s own recent nuptials, many of the frothy frocks are wedding-perfect, but you’ll want to wear them every other day, too.















Charlotte Ronson:



Charlotte Ronson’s aesthetic has won the fashion crowd over – it’s sleek, expertly tailored, urban, chic and has a healthy helping of quirk. The most feminine silhouettes are sliced into with cool cutouts, polished looks are given a twist of edge with leather…and her Spring 2014 collection does not disappoint. Her unexpected combinations of eyelet and leather are killer, her cutouts are to die for – it’s the ultimate It girl’s wardrobe. Oh, and now? There are bags. So your look is complete – and colorful to boot!
  














Handbags and Hugs,

Astor

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