August 3rd, 2015
Vanessa Seward Inspired

Grown-Up Style

Designer Vanessa Seward’s polished and decidedly feminine style is my fall inspiration. I love many of the looks in her debut collection, but this blouse and skirt really caught my eye. Hopefully, Ms. Seward will design a version of the off-white vintage Courrèges dress that she’s wearing above.

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CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC

Checked owl-blend and printed quilted cotton coat

THE ROW

Ashland cropped mid-rise straight-leg jeans

FRYE

Iliana Harkness bucket hobo

CHLOÉ

Wool and cashmere cardigan

CHLOÉ

Lauren flat suede Mary Jane slide

SAINT LAURENT

Round-frame tortoiseshell sunglasses

JOSEPH

Reversible leather and fur coat

GIANVITO ROSSI

Linda 45 leather pumps

TOMAS MAIER

Zip-detailed stretch-cotton bomber jacket

BURBERRY

Fair Isle cashmere and wool-blend vest

ULLA JOHNSON

Maisie ruffled crinkled silk-satin blouse

SAINT LAURENT

Wool-gabardine coat

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  • How fantastic to see a pretty, feminine blouse and skirt that isn’t all tricked out and that covers the hips! Betty Halbreich would approve of this! Just finished Ms. Halbreich’s book, and loved every page.

    PaulaAugust 3rd, 2015  11:11 PM

     
  • I am loving Ms Seward’s collection, too. So wearable, so feminine.

    ClaireAugust 4th, 2015  5:05 AM

     
  • Very, very elegant. Good find and keep us posted when the dress is available. Great for pregnant women too! 🙂

    JoAugust 4th, 2015  6:20 AM

     
  • Love the skirt, the collection and the price point. Look forward to seeing more from her.

    kimAugust 4th, 2015  7:39 AM

     
  • Elegant

    KathyAugust 4th, 2015  9:02 AM

     
  • Do you know what shoes those are in the Net a Porter photo? I had some like that a loooong time ago and still miss them.

    Liz KAugust 4th, 2015  2:29 PM

     
  • The dress….must have that dress

    EllenAugust 8th, 2015  8:08 AM

     

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