I am a big fan of Miu Miu, though it is often outside my price range. I love the quirky aesthetic and emphasis on color and texture. And the pre-fall line up embraces this doctrine in a retro-esque homage to the classics of the past while injecting a decidedly modern approach to the pieces. With a nod to the nineteen twenties and more then a nod to the nineteen fifties this collection celebrates the more traditional silhouettes when one didn’t have to show a lot of skin to feel fashionable.
Often expertly mixed and matched the looks here are an eclectic yet approachable ying-yang tug and pull of classic quirky attitudes
Quite a departure from the lookbook we looked at last week. Though just as a feminine, this lineup is at once flirty and has a bit of a tomboy feel. From tartan to gingham to tweed and checks to florals and leopard print patterns are central theme to the collection. Often expertly mixed and matched the looks here are an eclectic yet approachable ying-yang tug and pull of classic quirky attitudes. From the head dresses to the shoes, can we talk about the shoes? I have so wanted a pair of these for quite sometime. One day, one day…