Erin Fetherston's pre-fall 2013 collection is filled with feminine, romantic and flirty goodies! Check it out and get ready to add a pretty flare to your combos!
Cheers to a new year with some amazingly fab and fresh pre-fall
2013 collections! Oh yes, we are totally head over heels with these
goodies and there's no denying that some of the designers managed
to impress the audience with a zillion of to-die-for ensembles. For
those of your who aren't so much into getting wild with their
fashion choices, there is always a softer option. And the new
pre-fall 2013 collection is definitely a great choice when it comes
to all-things-pretty and romantic.
“Pre-fall is about capturing the last spark of summer," Erin Fetherston told Style.com. Well, catching the essence of sunny, warm days can easily be done with a dress. Indeed, an ethereal gown is a summer essential that every girl should own in her wardrobe. And it seems that Fetherston 's recent trip to Los Roques, an archipelago in Venezuela, became a source of inspiration for her new collection filled with whimsical pieces that scream maximum femininity, flirtatiousness and prettiness. So summery and romantic, the line features gorgeous dresses, shorts and peplum tops.
Erin Fetherston's pre-fall 2013 collection is packed full with
sexy yet lovely dresses that guarantee to add instant style points
to your look. Well, just check out these beauties and see it for
yourself! These stunners are achingly adorable and delicate and we
heart every single one of them. The line is the result of a process
that requires some really hard work.
"I work all the time," she said in an interview with the Fall 2012 issue of Downtown Magazine. "But I love it - it doesn't feel like work, so it’s like a dream come true. Gabe and I always joke: little boys want to grow up and be rock stars and little girls want to be fashion designers, so kids get so excited to meet us as a couple."
Seeing her pre-fall 2013 super-stylish and chic we must admit we're happy she decided to present her collection off-calendar at the Haute Couture shows in January 2005, at the suggestion of a journalist friend. "I look back at the collection now and it just totally looks like a student show," she told Downtown Magazine. "I can’t even believe I had the guts to do it. But for whatever it was worth, it was a good way to get started. And you’ve got to start somewhere," the famous designer added.
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