Tory Burch is a true design genius, whether we’re talking about her iconic clothing line, her new venture into home and tabletop, or her elevated take on athletic wear with Tory Sport. Her latest collection takes a lot of inspiration from the 1970s, with flowy dresses, shades of brown and florals, and lots of texture. It’s equal parts West Coast Cool and her signature preppiness They’re the kind of pieces we would happily wear all season long, and for a couple years after that, too.
Dresses are easiest way to easily create an outfit, because it’s only the one piece! Tory Burch’s dresses are especially great, and plays with volume and pattern in a really fun way. Her Eleanor Cotton Tulle dress is a showstopper, and this printed mockneck‘s unexpected blue and green color palette is stunning. Looking to get into the gingham trend? Their smocked midi dress comes in black gingham looks great with sandals. This pink-and-red plated dress
This season, Tory has updated her tunic in earthy tones and textures, like this printed botanical print in shades of cream and brown, or a dreamy black and beige Art Deco print. For a slightly more bohemian spin, this embroidered tunic delivers with beautiful flowers and borders. And, because you can dress down too, a terry crewneck that says LOVE is perfect for lounging on the sofa.
If you’re looking for something classic, a cropped pair of straight-leg jeans in light or dark wash. can be worn year-round. A pair of denim sailor pants is a fun, fresh way to mix up your white jean game. The Kara pant is a dressier pair of beautiful white trousers, and looks especially fresh with a matching white top.
You can’t talk about Tory without talking accessories. When it comes to footwear, her signature sandal gets a Grecian-inspired update with these Miller Cloud Coin shoes, but you can always go for the iconic first Miller design in a peachy pink. I’m truly obsessed with these Coin Mule slides in a buttery brown leather.
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