It is always so strange that designers show their spring collections in New York at this time of year. It is still warm here in Atlanta and I haven’t even started to wear my boots – how can we talk about spring? Despite the feeling that these collections are out of place with our current fall mindset, beautiful clothes are always fun to look at. Here are a few of my favorites from the spring 2014 ready to wear collections.
J. Mendel ~ The mix of leopard and silky fabric is awesome. I like it because it is sexy enough to wear on a date night, but also still tame enough for dinner with the parents.
Narciso Rodriguez ~ Perfect for a night out somewhere warm.
Jenny Packham ~ Do you remember the stunner blue/green Jenny Packham dress that Kate Middleton wore? Since then I have been drawn to this designer. This color is amazing and if you look closely, it is actually silver and blue mixed together. Not sure of its practicality in an age where most ladies are wearing short dresses even to black tie events, but it is just so pretty.
Reem Acra ~ I have no place to wear this but it is stunning. The whole collection had a disco, clubby, 80s vibe.
Carolina Herrera ~ This is so classy and breezy. With a cool pair of heels, it would be great for cocktails, dinner or even a wedding. So versatile and that is why I love it.
Oscar de la Renta ~ amazing blue color, it reminds me of a garden in Paris or somewhere exotic. What an entrance you could make at a spring black tie event or wedding.
Thakoon ~ I always gravitate towards black. Love the lace on the top and the silky pants.
Mara Hoffman ~ Can’t you envision yourself wearing this on a beach somewhere sipping a Mai Tai or Margarita?
Jason Wu ~ Crisp, clean, beautiful
Prabal Gurung ~ love this silky long sleeve shirt. The print is very different. And the red is very unexpected with the other colors, but it seems to work.
Victoria Beckham ~ sporty and fun. Sexy, but not over the top.
All images via style.com.
If you had unlimited access to the spring collections, what would you take home?