Thursday, February 13, 2014

NYFW: Public School WomensWear Review

Someone up there has answered my prayers. I used to be saddened by the fact that all these menswear lines had these amazing pieces and my petite body could not fit any of them. Worst of all they did not have a sister womenswear line. Or if they did happen to foray into the depths of womenswear it would be the girlfriend line to pacify the demand. I'm talking about the female cut tee with the logo on the front. (Clears throat, BBC) 

Our saving grace has arrived. Public School, the winners of the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund originally a menswear line, decided to take the jump into women's wear and would only debut if the collection was perfect. (Actual Tears) It was more then that. 

Finally a collection that wasn't just the dreaded girlfriend line. The line's palette consisted of blacks, navy blues, herring bone, and greys. Even from the first look that came down which consisted of an herringbone coat, black silk blouse, black dress shorts, and black fuzzy beanie you knew this was the real deal. What made this collection even better was the focus on basics and layering but more luxe. The oversized white knitwear over the black shirtdress. The leather jacket with the scale textured sleeves, the burgundy dress shirt paired with the herringbone shorts. 

   The feeling I got from this collection was one of originality. Someone who isn't trying to hard to impress they impress enough just by the clothes that they wear. 

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