This week has been filled with a lot of online time scoping out fashion week. From the collections to the street style, it is almost overwhelming trying to look at everything. The ultimate time suck, but an amazing one at that.
If I had to pick a couple collections that I can actually see myself shopping the most looks from, it would be 10 Crosby Derek Lam and Rachel Zoe. Not only are these more in the realm of my wallet than most collections, I also just genuinely loved all the looks.
The fur coat, layered with the leather coat (love the color), on top of the leather skirt and printed blouse that hangs underneath is overkill, but so great.
I have always loved shirts hanging underneath skirts, which is weird. But I do and the addition of this peplum sweater is adorable.
I want every piece of the last look. Especially the vest and belt.
Rachel obviously is going to give us some retro 70s fun along with some glamour.
The nod to Julie Christie in the first look is fun and I love the muted colors.
This cape is that perfect purchase to help you get over the weather being cold again.
I love the printed dress, especially the cut and slit going on.
Bright velvet plaid is now on my "need to try" list.
Not sure what is going on with the head muff, but I love this white dress with the draping and center slit.
It is fun to channel Rachel a bit and look around for dresses that you think will land on the red carpet at the Oscars. These should at least be options for some of Hollywood's ladies.
If I was going, it would be between the Rodarte and the J. Mendel. Loving all the gold.
My wish this weekend is to find some of these in my closet come Fall (slim chance).
The DVF dress is so vampy with the neckline and the sleeves. For something serious, though.
Buffalo check at Michael Kors had me at hello.
Nothing like an all white outfit (never happening) to love. The coat and skirt are amazing from J. Mendel. Charlotte Ronson wore the cutest sweater for her bow, which was also on the runway.
There is something about this BCBG dress I love.
Here's to more shows to come and fun fantasy shopping to do!
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