Thursday, February 6, 2014

NYFW: Tome Fall 2014 Review

After seeing Tome’s Fall collection go down the runway I knew for a fact that in the future I would love to be a Tome woman. While watching their show live on four words ran through my head; elegance, feminine, classic, and unconventional. Their collection focused mainly on skirts, coats, and dresses in buttery camel tones, silky rich reds and blush tones. Tome also surprised by adding pieces with eccentric choices of fabric making your typical fall colors such as black and navy much more exciting. Their attention to detail was flawless from the make up, to the slicked back hair all the way down to the satin gloves.

As winter comes to a close here in NYC I’ve come to realized that as much as I love a classic coat they also start to become boring. Tome’s coat were a perfect mixture of eccentric fabrics, classic shapes such as the grey cocoon coat, and adorned with detail like adding a crystallized neckline to a grey coat. All these elements added together helped elevate your classic winter coat to a piece that becomes more appealing, soft, fun and most importantly functional.    

Twist on Classics
I love when a classic piece is done with a twist it’s like having best of both worlds. Tome mastered this when they sent down a black shift dress in an attention grabbing choice of fabric and a lace overlay. A twist on a navy peplum dress also caught my eye and a shift dress adorned with blue silk jacquards and complemented by rose colored satin gloves.          

All in all their collection in my opinion was flawless. It embodied a woman who knows what she wants, doesn’t follow trends yet makes her own path. 
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Thank you guys for stopping by. Please don't forget to leave feedback and comments. Also opinions I'm curious to know your thoughts on Tome's presentation. 
As I mentioned in my last post for this NYFW I am collaborating with Kelly Lund, Dream in Lace. Stop by her blog to read her reviews on Tocca, BCBG Max Azria, and Creatures of the Wind. 


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