Tory Burch has launched the release of the Pre-Fall 2013 all classy and elegant, featuring a lot of jackets, coats, chiffon dresses, knit suits and clean separates, embroideries, showing high class. Take a closer look at this controversial collection!
Tory Burch Goes Military Feminine for Pre-Fall 2013
The next 2013 year seem to be full of military influences, as mentioned by Burch: “We haven’t done military recently. And I was kind of missing it”. However, Tory Burch made this her own way, adding distinguishable embroidery practically in every piece! Despite the lacking splashing and bursting colors, the collection looks really retro and yet somehow really feminine and elegant. Elegance might be achieved through the strict lines that seem to be a distinguishable feature of the collection.
Overall the Pre-Fall 2013 collection can boast of a plentiful of intriguing pieces, among which are beautiful dresses and skirts, but also pants and some stunning coats, jacquards, rhinestones, florals, and look-at-me-now, bold beading, as well as jewelry goodies, bags and shoes! Tory confessed that behind this beautiful collection is inspiration in her family history. She recalls turning to pictures of her family and looking for some exceptional piece, among which was a military coat, and her dad’s unique way of dressing.
“For Pre-Fall 2013, we were inspired by an officer’s jacket my mother wore and handed down to me…My father had impeccable style. He designed all of his own clothing. I think he should have been a designer”.
Meanwhile, there was another confession, where Tory Burch sums up the fears of the fashion industry skeptics, that think she will not succeed in the scene, because she doesn’t have the proper education neither in business nor in fashion designing. However, her collections prove the opposite, as shown by the Pre-Fall 2013, she shows a unique style, which incorporates her fashion inspired background with the trends of today. Tory Burch seem to be at peace with the world renowned brand name she has created, and to share this inspiration with you, she tells the readers to:
“Regardless of whether your first jobs are the right ones for you, be cognizant enough to take something away from each experience. It will help you find your passion.”