Three looks we loved at Tome Fall 2014
Good news for those of us who want to be both warm and fashionable. Tome’s eagerly anticipated Fall 2014 ready-to-wear collection saw models come down the runway bundled up in wool and fur. The femininity, however, was in the details: a shrug placed gingerly over the shoulders, red satin gloves snaking up the arms or metallic lame skirts peeking out from under often unstructured coats. Models without outerwear wore sleeveless mid-calf wool dresses in neutral shades, save for a few stand-out dresses in a bold red. Below, three of our favorite looks from the show:
A chic way to cover up without hiding an outfit, models wore a variety of stoles. Some, like the one pictured here, wore a mix of mink and shearling. Others were wool. The result dressed up the cocktail-ready lace lame dresses even more, adding the perfect accent. Mink neck pieces also adorned several of the models walking down the runway.
These red satin gloves popped up all through Tome’s show and completed the look every time, proving once again that accessories can make the outfit. Whether worn with a sleeveless dress or peeking out from under a winter coat, they add an unexpected oomph and ladylike touch.
Head-to-toe gold lame looks dazzled. Toned down with a beige wool scarf, it’s a good alternative to those dull gray suits for work.
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