Erdem (Fall 2011): While the fashion scene may have shifted its attention to Resort collections during the holiday/winter season as jet-setters fly to the tropics, Fall trends are still very much necessary for the current weather.
Erdem adds a romantic touch with the use of lace over satin and tweed. Floral printed blouses blend perfectly with satin jewel-tone skirts and graphic print dresses move fluidly like art in motion, while ankle-strap fabric pumps mirror intricate outfit patterns.
(Right Now) Erdem (Resort 2012): Like a flock of ducks, we fly into resort… Effortlessly chic is a messy ballerina bun with a printed headband. Collarless blazers are an all-time favorite and quite refreshing in a satin sapphire/houndstooth-inspired print paired down with a floral dress. A tweed blazer sharpens the look of a floral shift dress, but equally beautiful is a blazer-less floral shift dress. Paisley-inspired shift dress bears a striking resembles to lace, it’s also in a pant version, matched nicely with a semi-laced button-down shirt. Floral pumps keep each look playful.
(Into the Future) Erdem (Spring 2012): Accents from Fall 2011 Erdem are back with a twist. As elegant as a Kentucky Derby hat or a silk fabric umbrella are these white and beige half-sleeved shift dresses. Iconic floral patterns make it through another season. A pale gray tube dress teases onlookers under a long sheer lace dress.
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