The Row’s pre-fall collection is perfect for January. Simple lines; über-neutral palette. (And I love how the low-slung skirt gives such a long, lean line.) Sign me up, and preview the full collection at Style.com.
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Osman’s pre-fall collection is utilitarian luxe® perfection. Minimalist styling with a touch of irreverence via the accessories. See the complete show at Style.com.
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Elizabeth and James’ pre-fall collection was full of polished looks that had a touch of gamine. I’m particularly fond of the elongated lines from look 14’s high-waisted skirt and t-neck. (worn with Stan Smiths, no less). See the complete collection at Style.com.
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A dress to die for (hyperbolic, but feels accurate at the moment). From Narciso Rodriguez’s tightly edited, 12-look pre-fall collection, which you can preview at Style.com.
narciso rodriguez courtesy photo for style.com
Earlier this year, I went crazy for The Row’s pink “Iya” wool sheath dress from the Resort 2015 collection. Completely besotted by the shape and the color, I needed it, and patiently waited for it to show up online. And then it did, complete with $4090 price tag. (eek!) While I still LOVE it, even if I were brave/crazy enough to buy it, I would still be too scared to ever wear it out of the house. (What if I spilled coffee on it? Could I enact an expensive-dress-stay-back policy on the tube? Doubtful.) So, I was happy to find a similar-styled dress, from Matches’ Freda line, for £395 (about $620). The pink is not quite as sublime, and I prefer The Row’s styling (lace ups beat heels), but I would also be able to wear it.
images from neimanmarcus.com and matchesfashion.com
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