Tory Burch bags are a beloved staple of the brand and, luckily, there’s no shortage of them this NYFW. The entire Fall/Winter RTW collection is inspired by the works of artist Francesca Di’Mattio and the result is unconventional beauty. See if you can spot the brand new Eleanor shoulder bag on the runway and scroll to see our favorite looks from the show.
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Our Favorite Looks
The opening look of the show caught my eye because of the gorgeous floral motif that continues from the dainty pantsuit all the way down to the knee-high boots. I really love a floral piece for Fall/Winter, even though most people associate the pattern with spring.
So many different textures (hello, chunky knit + floral print) come together nicely in this playful look. I especially love the whimsical accessories like the opaque pink bow at the neck and the tiny mock croc bag.
The construction of this ensemble lends itself to such a dazzling contrast. Regal ruffling at the collar adds a vintage flair to the overall look without appearing too antiquated. Also, the Burch bag that accompanies this look is one of my favorite from the lineup.
Simplicity at its finest. This black, wrapped dress is super chic and wearable off of the runway. The highlight of this look, for me, is definitely the golden floral applique on each of the sleeves.
If Fall was comprised of a single outfit or uniform, it would be this Tory Burch number. Not only is the color scheme perfect, it completely covers all of the bases. I can also admit that I’m a bit biased because I’ve been aching to see a great pair of autumn-appropriate sunglasses at NYFW.
All images are courtesy of Vogue and Fashionista.
Designer: Tory Burch
Season: Fall Ready To Wear 2020
Date: Sunday, February 9th, 2020
Location: New York City, New York
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