Archive for the ‘Burberry Porsum’ Category
And, while the color contrast of the rainbow backing fabric was too busy for some people, the flawless detail of the leather with it’s peakaboo cutouts has never lost it’s charm to me. I almost forgot to breath when I first saw this shoe; you just don’t forget when you have that kind of gut reaction to something. Oh, and there was a matching roll clutch…just amazing.
So, while I could never justify $700+ on sale for this particular variation, the last 3 years have seen more companies entering into the laser-cut detail arena. This, to my mind, is a good thing.
I was reminded of this shoe the other day at Nordstrom Seattle when I saw this shoe on display in the Shoe Salon area:
Another peek-a-boo, window-paned shoe with a little more color subtlety than the Cavalli. This time the cutouts are flirting with the signature Burberry plaid and successfully abstracting it in the process!
When I checked online, I found it was also available in a both peep-toe pump and a ballerina flat.
I can’t help but find the whole effect to be rather charming. If that qualifies my taste as a little over the top, I can live with that.
Oh. My. Gosh. How much do I love the Burberry line that was featured today in London. Christopher Baily showed a military theme that was wonderful. Buckled ankle boots, buckled knee boots, and thigh high boots were shown. Love the lime green with olive.
This is something I would love to wear.
My absolute favorite outfit. My mother calls this color Menopause Purple because so many older women love this color. I used to think it was funny, now, not so much.
I think it is a stroke of genious to get Emma Watson, then Nina Porter to be the Burberry girls. Note the young girls all sitting in the front row.
Mary Kate Olsen, Kate Hudson, Kristen Stewart, Claire Danes, Mia Wasikowska.
This line has been my favorite London Fashion Week so far.