{runway inspiration: chloé, new york}




. . . pleated skirts and tall leather boots, cozy sweaters and structured handbags, trench coats and velvet, so long as it’s chilly outside, might as well wrap ourselves in lovely layers and beautiful textures . . .




{p.s.} also:
* chloé in shades of black
* seventies styling

{images: chloé pre-fall 2011 collection,}

11 Notes
  • I’ve always known Chloe for their light creamy colours however this collection seems so much more vibrant! LOVE IT!

  • I Need that Yellow dress stat! No, really I do. Would be perfect for spring and even now with that turtle neck and boots. swooon!

  • These looks are so chic…I especially love the yellow skirt! I’m so with you on your thoughts here – I feel as long as it’s still chilly outside, embrace the layers and try to be patient for Spring! :):)


  • Oh chloe this is really really really nice and cool and effortless looking! Love the cut of the pants me too and the sleek look. Looks so 80’s – i never thought i would like it again :)

  • There’s something so luxurious about velvet. So glamorous!

  • Love the collection! Especially those first pants!

  • Models make everything look so good! I love the yellow combo, but am worried that I will look like a grandma in such a long skirt (I’m only 24). I’ve seen a lot of floor length skirts and short skirts but not a lot in the middle lately. You’ve inspired me to keep my eyes peeled and give it a try!


  • I love Chloes style and line. She really embodies the sexy with out all the skin. Thanks for sharing!

  • It’s true, we do need to embrace the clothing and styles that work for this time of year. It’s so hard not to daydream for warm-weather clothes, since that’s the feature at all the stores now. Annoying, no?

  • I always drool over Chloe. Love it all, thanks for sharing :) Hugs to you,
    Nancy xo

  • love the clutches.

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