New York Rainbow: Spring 2017

A look from every colour of the rainbow–all from the Spring 2017 collections from New York–based female designers!

RED

Above: Rosie Assoulin Spring 2017

ORANGE

Above: Tory Burch Spring 2017

YELLOW

Above: Reem Acra Spring 2017

GREEN

Above: Norma Kamali Spring 2017

BLUE

Above: Protagonist Spring 2017

INDIGO

Above: Victoria Beckham Spring 2017

VIOLET

Above: Warm Spring 2017

 

All images from Vogue Runway.

London Rainbow: Fall 2016

A look from every colour of the rainbow–all from the Fall 2016 collections from London–based female designers!

RED

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Above: J. JS Lee Fall 2016

ORANGE

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Above: Victoria, Victoria Beckham Fall 2016

YELLOW

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Above: Pringle of Scotland Fall 2016

GREEN

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Above: Ashley Williams Fall 2016

BLUE

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Above: Anya Hindmarch Fall 2016

INDIGO

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Above: Roksanda Fall 2016

VIOLET

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Above: Mary Katrantzou Fall 2016

The Closet Feminist Top Pins April 2016

Here are the top 5 pins trending on The Closet Feminist’s Pinterest right now. This month, CF readers seem to be pretty divided between clean, minimalist looks, and detail-rich, luxurious looks.

Top Pin in April – Marchesa Fall 2016

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Above: Original image found here.

I have a dark confession: I don’t like naked dresses like this Marchesa gown above. And, I swear, literally every Fall 2016 collection had an iteration of a naked dress. It was awful. I will say though, I love the rich colours of this witchy dress above.

2- Victoria, Victoria Beckham Fall 2016

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Above: Original image found here.

I totally get where CF fans are coming from on this Victoria, Victoria Beckham pin above–this embroidery is so beautiful and eye-catching. I also appreciate the bright purple skirt shown with this sweater, I always find bright purple so tricky to pull off.

3- Katie Gallagher, Spring 2016

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Above: Original image found here

I love the sporty look of the Katie Gallagher outfit above. Those yellow trousers are everything–sexy and casual, and that colour!

4- Milly Spring 2016 

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Above: Original image found here.

I have another dark confession for you all: I really don’t like the off-the-shoulder trend, either. I will say for the look above though that I love those striped shorts, I feel like those wide off-white and dark grey-stripes you see everywhere in warmer months is so summery.

5- The Row Spring 2016

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Above: Original image found here.

I love these trousers by The Row above for the same reasons I like those yellow Katie Gallagher trousers in the top 3 pin–just so dreamy and comfy-looking.

New York Rainbow: Spring 2016

A look from every colour of the rainbow–all from the Spring 2016 collections from New York-based female designers!

RED

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Above: Kate Ermilio Spring 2016

ORANGE

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Above: Cynthia Rowley, Spring 2016

YELLOW

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Above: Diane von Furstenberg, Spring 2016

GREEN

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Above: Tracy Reese, Spring 2016

BLUE

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Above: Monique Lhuillier, Spring 2016

INDIGO

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Above: Victoria Beckham, Spring 2016

VIOLET

Above: Jenny Packham, Spring 2016

Bibliostyle: “The Bohemian Girl” by Willa Cather

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Above: Orla Kiely Resort 2016

Mrs. Olaf Ericson–Clara Vavrika, as many people still called her-was moving restlessly about her big bare house that morning. Her husband left for the country town before his wife was out of bed–her lateness in rising was one of the many things the Ericson family had against her. Clara seldom came downstairs before eight o’clock, and this morning she was even later, for she had dressed with unusual care. She put on, however, only a tight-fitting black dress, which people thereabouts thought very plain. She was a tall, dark woman of thirty, with a rather sallow complexion and a touch of dull salmon red in her cheeks, where the blood seemed to burn under her brown skin. Her hair, parted evenly above her low forehead, was so black that there were distinctly blue lights in it. Her black eyebrows were delicate half-moons and her lashes were long and heavy. Her eyes slanted a little, as if she had a strain of Tartar or gypsy blood, and were sometimes full of fiery determination and sometimes dull and opaque. Her expression was never altogether amiable; was often, indeed, distinctly sullen, or, when she was animated, sarcastic. She was most attractive in profile, for then one saw to advantage her small, well-shaped head and delicate ears, and felt at once that here was a very positive, if not an altogether pleasing, personality.

– from “The Bohemian Girl” of the eponymous collection of stories by Willa Cather

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Above: Victoria Beckham Resort 2016

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Above: Tamara Mellon Fall 2015

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Above: Hermès Spring 2016

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Above: A Détacher Spring 2016

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Above: 1205 Fall 2015

 

 

 

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