Tory Burch Reimagines Layering for Fall
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Tory Burch may have first earned a cult following for her iconic bags and footwear, but after just one look at her latest show, this editor certainly feels like dressing in head-to-toe Tory will be a difficult temptation to resist. Models walked the runway, which was actually more of a grassy garden path, surrounded by a field of pink flowers that brought to mind a British garden—all I was missing was a cup of tea to finish off my morning.
I've come to love Tory's outerwear especially, and this season didn't disappoint. With styles ranging from a structured military-style coat to an unbelievably cozy-looking shearling number, playing favorites when it came to coats proved a challenge. Also worth noting were the bold hits of color: Head-to-toe oranges and pinks that, while traditionally reserved for spring, fit right in with the fall essentials presented. See the full show along with a few of our favorite highlights below.
Rich oranges, pinks, and blues made for a bold statement on the runway.
Ladylike handbags in bold jewel-tones and neutrals alike will have you craving something structured for fall.
Coats on Coats
What's better than one coat? Try two. For the seasons ahead, Tory Burch inspired a whole new wave of layering.