– NYFW: Rodarte Spring ’16 RTW –

Hello pretties! Today concludes the final day of New York Fashion Week debuting the Spring ’16 Ready-to-Wear Collections and what a lineup of shows its been…

After catching up on the shows from NYFW on vogue.com [the next best thing to attending!] I compiled my favorite looks from numerous shows from each day. I wasn’t able to post all the looks in a single article because I couldn’t quite narrow it down to a reasonable number. So… the solution? I decided to break up the posts and feature some of my favourite looks and also highlight my favourite shows from the Spring ’16 RTW Collections. This week I’ll be posting a Fashion Week recap of my favorite looks so make sure to check back for new NYFW posts along with my regular styling posts.


It was hard to narrow it down to my top show, but after seeing the Rodarte show I was left speechless. The lace. The sparkle. The contrast. Everything. The whole collection was elegant yet edgy, tough yet soft and glam with hints of grunge. All this and the collection was made intricate with victorian inspired bodices, all the way down to black lace tights. 

There was a nostalgic 70’s vibe within the 36 look collection, which was brought to life through neckties, charming bell sleeves and wide leg trousers graced upon metallic footwear exuding an effortlessly boho look. It was one of those shows you have to see to believe.

Below are my top 10 looks from the collection. If you had the chance to watch the show or view the images [if not click here] which pieces and/or looks caught your eye the most? 

xx, A

*All images from Vogue.com

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