Runway Look: Jason Wu Spring 2017 Ready to Wear

Current Cravings

Hope you’re not sick of the “off-the-shoulder” trend, because at NYFW there was an abundance of collections that featured designs with exposed shoulders. I’m not over the “off-the-shoulder” trend yet, but I’m a bit annoyed by the overuse of the term “cold-shoulder” in blog posts and articles that feature the trend. Of course if I could come up with a clever, but not overused, term to talk about this trend, I would have used it in this post—so who am I to criticize!

At any rate, I love these 2 shoulder-baring looks from Jason Wu’s Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear collection. I’m a fan of Jason Wu’s structured, sophisticated and feminine designs. And as with most of his collections, there are always so many looks that speak to how I want to dress.

Runway Look: Sachin and Babi Spring 2017 Ready to Wear

Current Cravings

Sachin and Babi’s Spring 2017 Ready to Wear collection features ballet inspired dresses that are not only beautiful, but extremely wearable. Elegant yet effortless, the collection is filled with dresses that are floaty and graceful, yet not overdone. Combining elements like tulle, ruffles, and lace can easily take a dress in an opulent, over-the-top direction. The pieces in this collection, however, manage to evoke an airy but polished vibe.

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