(images courtesy of MBFashionWeek)
As The Lincoln Center remains booming through the beginning of the week, it’s looking like one might not be the loneliest number anymore… Stealing the spotlight are onesies a.k.a. rompers, playsuits, one sleeved shirts, and one shoulder maxi and mini dresses that are being paired with strappy shoes and large accessories! Personally, I’m excited to see that the styles I invested in months ago (and still am currently) will be just as strong for seasons to come!
There are so many great pieces showing, that I couldn’t condense them into just one grouping… The first group of looks are from a variety of designers from left to right:
- One of my favorites from Carolina Herrera was a cropped jumpsuit in an odd rust color and lux fabric, be still my heart!
- Tracy Reese creates a unique semi one-shoulder wonder by draping voluminous tulle over her bright floral mini spaghetti strap dress. With a couple yards of tulle, I could see transforming a number of my own day dresses into a look just as elegant for the evening; what a great design!
- TIBI’s line was joyfully bright, though this one-shoulder might be on the darker side of the spectrum. But it still has an eye popping shoulder embellishment that makes this LBD stand out from the crowd. Take a look at some other designs by TIBI, and you’ll see one very similar to our own Brick House Dress; with a belt to cinch in the waist, you’ll be ready to rock your own runway!
- The last two looks are by Brian Reyes, who shows both a lime green mini dress in an interesting shape and flattering cut, along with a beautiful long printed chiffon maxi in a print that appears to be a cross between an animal and bed of pebbles.
Keep reading to check out glamorous and inspiring pieces by Dennis Basso, whose line was so beautiful I had to feature more than one look!
Secondly, I had to feature multiple items from the Dennis Basso line whose looks are inspiring me to dress up this fall through spring in full skirts and dresses! His designs are all too gorgeous, from a sunshine dress with fur shawl to the bright floral day dress (on the right).
One of my observations so far: many one-shoulder styles have been emerging on the catwalk. While I’m still on the fence about this trend, what is your opinion of one-shoulder styles?