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Tory Burch Recreates Prim & Proper for F/W '12
Tory Burch's theme for her Fall '12 collection could be described as a woman that is prim and perfectly put together.

  
  
Tuesday morning at Alice Tully Hall, Tory Burch unveiled her fall '12 collection of beautifully put together feminine dresses and separates. With it being Valentine's Day, it was a curious coincidence (or perhaps not?) the theme of her line was "a story of the right girl falling for the wrong man and the affect he has on her wardrobe after being together, and then breaking up." She stated in an interview that this is a common trend amongst women and when heartbreak happens, they sometimes need to recreate themselves and with that, comes a sexier look- even those who started out so prim and proper to begin with.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The nipped waists, tailored suits and accessories, showed a very feminine, classy woman in Burch’s romantic melodrama. The bags were also a fantastic add to each do with the notorious Tory Burch thick chained shoulder strap and a touch of tortoise shell. When the printed leather, pleated leather, and snakeskin started to appear on the runway, we knew it was the woman taking a turn; a walk on the wild side.

Though this line was completely different than anything Tory Burch-based we are accustomed to, the talk of the town is that this was Tory Burch’s best collection yet.