Tory Burch is truly an age-defying woman. When she launched her eponymous brand in 2004, you couldn’t go anywhere without seeing a pair of her iconic flats. 15 years and 300 stores later, the brand has grown bigger and better. Her sport line is full of charming and stylish outfits for the courts and courses, her home products are full of iconic silhouettes like updated cabbage ware, and her clothing line is still full of beautiful pieces, statement shoes, and plenty of outerwear.
When it comes to Tory classics, I always think of shoes. Her shoes have come a long, long way since the iconic ballet flat (although you can always still snag a pair!). I’m talking about super-sleek, super-modern takes on everything from loafers to pointy-toed flats. This cream-and-tan loafer with the foldable back make them the perfect everyday shoe to add a bit of polish to your look, and I love this Birkenstock-meets-mule brown suede backless shoe too! The Eleanor loafer has a pointed toe and gorgeous snakeskin for a statement shoe.
Clothing wise, I’m really into the sharp tailoring and 70s inspired vibe in all of the pieces. When it comes to her denim, there’s a theme of perfectly cropped denim to show off all those boots and loafers. Just take your pick in either blue, white, or even a cropped bootcut. Throw on a buttery, rich leather jacket or a cozy wool cardigan and you’re ready to go!
I’m truly obsessed with these utility pants, which I would wear everywhere from the grocery store to out for happy hour with friends. While I wouldn’t necessarily style them together, a tunic is another great multi-use silhouette – especially when it’s all dressed up in glittery silver or a festive stripe print.
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