Historically Michael Kors has been known for combining quality and cut with a classic American sportswear feel. Though he may have made his way into a cult following in the blogging world through the popular range of watches and handbags, he’s had a long standing career in creating ready to wear collections featuring luxurious sweaters/jumpers, peacoats and crisp shirts. Historical side note aside, we loved the spring summer 2015 collection showcased at this year’s New York Fashion Week and we’ve chosen some of our favourite looks below!
We’re so glad that all-white is here to stay until next summer, there’s just something about it that’s so effortless and put together (although the dangerous game of avoiding getting make up on your clothes is another story).
We’re definitely going on the hunt for a crisp white shirt as shown above, especially tucked into a pencil skirt, A-line skirt or even some leather trousers. The collection also featured nice little touches of dusty pinks and blues all rounded off with luxurious tan leather accents.
Some details we loved from the collection that are these strappy black flats. Flats can occasionally look un-intendedly frumpy and can cause an outfit to look a little…flat (see what I did there? hmm?). Of course for those of us that can’t wear heels all the time for fear of falling over and causing serious harm, the strappy style adds a much dressier touch, definitely something to look out for on the high street!
Of course the stand out piece for us was the embroidered tulle skirt above, stitched with hundreds of tiny orange flowers. The detail and craftsmanship is definitely something to be appreciated. While we all knew that florals weren’t ever going to be far from a spring summer collection, this was a surprising and original touch to the collection. It’s definitely something we’ll be looking out for on the high street!
What we’ll be looking out for next season:
– Lace up ballet flats
– Crisp shirts in white and blue to tuck into skirts
– Floral skirts
– All white ensembles
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