Tory Burch Spring 2013 RTW | ELLE
Vogue was spot-on when they describedTory Burch’s Spring 2013 collection as an example of “preppy globalism.” This season, Burch created looks that incorporated her signature polished vibe, but also added a worldy flair with unique embellishments, bold prints, and one-of-a-kind statement jewelry. The overall look is a fab mix of classic and bohemian aesthetics – perfect for summertime!
Want to get a designer look on a college student’s budget? Below, we’ll show you three lower-priced versions of looks from Tory Burch Spring 2013. Simply scroll down to check ’em out.
1. Golden Girl
The preppy globalism look is on full display with this ensemble, which pairs a yellow sundress with an oversized statement necklace. The necklace really amps up the style factor and adds interest to a classic A-line frock.
Get the Look:
Recreate this outfit with a cute eyelet dress from ModCloth, which has a similar silhouette and color to the one from Tory Burch. Add a pair of neutral-colored embellished sandals to continue the summery vibe of the look. Next, accessorize with a tiered, spiked statement necklace. For the finishing touch, style your hair into a fishtail braid similar to the ones the models rocked on the runway.
2. Summer Chic
Tory Burch created a super-stylish play on the typical shorts-and-t-shirt combo in her spring ’13 collection. Pairing an embellished and fringe-adorned tee with bold red shorts makes for a chic take on a timeless look.
Get the Look:
For a similar vibe, take a not-so-basic white t-shirt with a cool studded neckline and pair it with some tailored red shorts. Add a pair of printed slip-on flats, as well as a classic straw tote bag. Slip on a pair of trendy patterned sunglasses, then accessorize with several mix-and-match rings.
3. Trendy Tie-Dye
Tory Burch proves that a tie-dyed look can be sophisticated with this stylish ensemble. A white tunic keeps things casual, while brightly-colored necklaces add texture and interest.
Get the Look:
While the Tory Burch skirt is hand-dyed, you can get a nearly identical look with this budget-friendly option from Forever 21. Pairing the printed skirt with a white tunic gives this look a low-key and casual vibe. The top also creates a sort of blank canvas for the colorful necklaces – in this case, more is definitely better, so pile on two super-bold necklaces. Lastly, pick up on the red hue on one of the pieces of jewelry by adding a pair of crimson-colored flats.
What do you think of this collection? Are you a fan of Tory Burch? Which look is your favorite? Would you wear any of these outfits? Which designers would you like to see featured here next? Remember to leave a comment below and let me know what you think!