Sharing some beautiful outfits designed by the darling of New York fashionistas, Cynthia Rowley; for her Spring 2010 Collection.
The theme of this collection in Rowley’s own words is: Things are out of focus and starting to unravel. This is evident in the blurry floral prints, ink bled patterns and horizontally slashed outfits. The collection is almost entirely composed of lady like dresses in mono coloured linens and printed silks with a rare few outfits featuring relaxed trousers and distressed shorts.
Whilst some criticized Rowley’s collection for not being exactly cat-calls worthy. I seem to precisely like it for the fact that the outfits are extremely wearable in the real world by real women with some amount of curves. I especially liked her fit and flare dresses and the sequined cardigans. I also found those bow shaped slip-ons and taupe tie-up booties with bobby socks extremely cute and girly!
The collection has a whimsical and retro vibe and whilst it may not guarantee to make heads turn, it does guarantee one a walk down the memory lane back to those Sunday afternoons spent rummaging through your granny’s attic.
Style Verdict : Pretty but not Precious.
What do you think of Cynthia Rowley’s designs and her Spring 2010 Collection?