I've been so busy lately all I've gotten to do is swipe through New York Fashion Week and a little bit of London on my Style.com app. But I could hardly contain myself after seeing the Burberry Prorsum spring/summer 2014 line yesterday. Easily my favorite collection I've seen, far surpassing anything I saw in New York. If you've read my blog at all, you know I am always highly anticipating the Burberry show and worship Christopher Bailey. He has yet to disappoint me, and this season all he did was make me fall even more in love with one of my favorite fashion houses in the world.
The show began with pretty pastels and lace. I know Marc Jacobs decided dark colors were the way to go for spring, but I am a traditionalist and supremely girly, so bring on the soft Easter egg colors. Chris Bailey proved the collared shirt is here to stay and thank goodness. I love me a good shirt buttoned to the top and even more when it's pink lace.
Die for the sheer periwinkle blouse. Reminds me of J.Crew's Blythe blouse and every other blouse ever made in the past 2 years. It's still cool and it's still chic. Love this pretty pink coat, even if it looks a little like something Dolores Umbridge would wear. Nonetheless, I love it's kind of rounded shape paired with a straigh tpencil skirt.
Such gorgeous hues at Burberry this season. Dolores coat in a pretty Tiffany blue and then my favorite coat of the collection.
There's the utility blouse again. What I love about Burberry's utility blouses this season is their initial masculine shape and style, but the sexy femininity of the sheer fabric. These knotted skirts are a perfect twist (get it) on the traditional pencil skirt. Love the colorpalette in the second look.
Another fabulous coat from the brand that created the best coat. Who doesn't love a good polka dot? By the way, I'm still not over polka dots, whoever said they're done. I recently bought a giant polka dot blouse with dots the same size as these from Topshop and I feel infinitely cooler owning it now.
Oh sorry we haven't talked the neon fab shoes. I am very into even though sandals are not my favorite shoe in any season. Die for this whole sweater/skirt combo. Super wearable and fun. Jourdan Dunn is wowowow in this yellow dress. She's wowowow in anything, but that dress was made to be worn by her.
Finally, my fashion goal is to be cool enough to wear a sheer medallion skirt with nothing underneath. Just kidding but not kidding but look at the skirt.
Thanks for indulging with me. In summary, Burberry is still my favorite brand, Christopher Bailey is still the designer love of my life and I am still holding onto the dream that someday I will be sitting among these rows in London.