The Tory Burch pre-fall 2014 collection brings a multitude of noteworthy ensembles into the spotlight. It might seem a little early to start thinking about pre-fall 2014 fashion already, but it’s worth doing so if you want to know which trends are going to stay around for a while, right? In this sense, the luxury label’s newest line will definitely prove a good news for all pattern lovers who invested in this year’s geometric printed ensembles. If the new 2014 Tory Burch collection is any indication of what’s to come, these motifs will be quite ubiquitous in the upcoming year as well.
Much like the previous lines, the 2014 Tory Burch pre-fall collection is focused on femininity, but not the dainty kind, even though the floral motifs some of the pieces in the new line feature might point in that direction. There are a variety of cool dresses and skirts included in the new line which can easily work for a variety of circumstances. The luxury retailer has focused on clean and polished silhouettes and kept combos simple and sweet. Since the cool patterns immediately become a strong focal point, simple combos are enough to create a visual impact.
While it might seem femininity dominates the Tory Burch pre-fall 2014 collection at first glance, the new line also features plenty of masculine accents. This is especially true when it comes to coats and military-inspired jackets, which are the most androgynous items of the new line. When it comes to accessories things are very straight forward: the alternatives are mostly pointy toe pumps ( worn with or without socks) or small handbags in one of the tones the outfit includes or a cool belt.
While sporty accents are not the main focus of the new line, the line does include certain sportswear influences. Given the fact that the luxury label is preparing to diversify her palette of options with a new sportswear category it’s definitely interesting to see how the label’s aesthetic DNA will be translated into the new category. Unfortunately, it will be something we’ll only be able to see in 2015.
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