Fashion never sleeps, and neither can I! The third day at #NYFW included black and white prints with leather details, bright kaleidoscope prints and warm shades of pink and orange. Some of the best in show from day three are:
Max Azria’s sister collection, Herve Leger, was made famous thanks to the designer’s standout bandage dresses. Although there were only a few body con dresses in sight for the Spring 2014 collection, there was plenty of knockout looks, such as:
This black and white tank featuring a mirrored print and high-low hemline. It’s hard to tell from the photo if this is in fact a dress, or long top and shorts…either way I’d love to have it in my closet.
This cream bandage dress featuring cutout panels and a leather cutout corset.
This black, long sleeve crop top and matching skirt. I think this would be the perfect outfit to wear once the weather starts to warm up – add a long cream coat over to stay warm while the rest of the earth continues to defrost.
Take a look at a few more outfits from Herve Leger’s Spring 2014 collection:
It had to happen – Up until now, I’ve been loving the first look from every designer but I have to say I was not smitten with Hoffman’s first look. However, I am completely in love with the majority of her Spring 2014 ready-to-wear looks. From colorful stitching details, bright bold patterns and pieces you can mix and match, these are my top three picks:
What could be more easy breezy than a white flowy dress for Spring and Summer … the answer is nothing! The bright colors on the top of the gown, plus the unusual placement and movement of the skirt make really caught my eye, which is why it’s my No. 1 pick from Hoffman!
Cobalt blue and crisp white always make me think of the homes in Greece – This white vest and bright blue pants would look spectacular while wandering the Greek Islands, or walking the streets of Manhattan. The wrap belt adds an unexpectedness to the overall look.
I adore this colorful printed dress. From the Navajo/kaleidoscope print to the color combination and length of the gown, you simply can’t go wrong with this look for Spring 2014.
Additional looks to love from Hoffman include:
I have to say that Lhuillier’s collection was the most “girly” from day three at #NYFW. The cut of her dresses, beaded and applique details and punchy hues are very inspiring and are the perfect way to brighten up your wardrobe next spring. My top picks are:
This pink gown, featuring lace sleeves and what appears to be a cape overlay. I’ve never seen this type of sihlouette before, which is why the dress stood out from the rest of her outfits and instantly became my No. 1 pick.
This floral ensemble featuring pink, orange and coral flower appliques. The see-through overlay at the neckline and length of the gown + those orange heels = the perfect outfit for a spring wedding.
I’m thinking this long sleeve sparkly number will be a big hit for brides-to-be come Spring 2014! Wear it to your bridal shower with a pair of metallic flats or out on the town for your bachelorette party with a pair of stiletto sandals, or both!
Additional pieces from Lhuillier’s Spring ’14 collection include:
Stay tuned for #NYFW Day 4 tomorrow and don’t forget you can watch the collections come down the runway live from #NYFW here!