Models slipped into long leather gloves to compliment lady-like fitted dresses and skirts. Hemlines were kept at the knee and adorned with fringe, tool and ruching. Lightly patterned blouses were paired with their skirting counterpart and polished off with pointy toe flats.
Tory played with metallic by adding hints of detailing into bottom garnets while going all out on jackets and dresses. The collection nicely transitioned into suits made of plaid tweed, where red played a major color story.
The classic American combination of red, white and blues, which has become somewhat of a trait of Tory Burch’s designs, was seen throughout different pieces in the collection. One particular look composed of a two piece plaid jacket and skirt caught my eye for it’s bold graphic design and overall chicness. Most of the models toted around handbags done in classic shape with short metal and tortoise chain links.