Posts tagged tory burch
C is for Camouflage
To disguise or conceal.
Dreaming Rose, 2009, by Cecilia Paredes
R is for Roomy
To have ample space — like our Robinson Spectator Satchel, which carries everything from the style essentials to magazines and snacks…and then some.
Clockwise from top left: Tory’s logo wrap bracelet and tiled logo bangle; Clinique sunscreen face cream and Tory’s Kelsey perforated iPhone case; Haribo gummy bears and Tory’s Porter bangle; Tory’s aviator sunglasses; Cherry Bombe magazine, The Fashion Insider’s Guide to Paris and Tory’s Robinson Spectator satchel; Tory’s gold cuff; flamingo journal by Bernadette Pascua, Robinson Spectator zip continental wallet and Amanda slim card case; Tory’s logo key fob; MAC Delicate nail lacquer.
G is for Golden
Bright and sunny yellow — and the perfect style statement for summer.
Atlantic Pacific’s Blair Eadie in Tory’s Isidor Dress
T is for Tie-Dye
A special dying technique that results in myriad bohemian moods, from hippie-chic to elegantly exotic.
Magdalena Frackowiak in Tory’s Kelby skirt, multi-strand Puka shell necklace and Emile rings, photographed by Giampaolo Sgura for Vogue Japan
S is for Summer
And the Seventies, the combination of which is on display at photographer Paul McDonough’s Sight Seeing exhibit at the Sasha Wolf Gallery in New York. Read more…
Florida, 1979, by Paul McDonough
V is for Vibrant
Bright and vivid. Colorful and spirited. Take this look one step further with print-on-print pattern, as seen in this Tory Tunic and Walton Pant.
B is for Bikini
A summer staple, cut in a variety of styles, colors and prints — for all your myriad sun-kissed moods.
N is for Nazar
A Turkish amulet to ward off the evil eye.
Photo from My Flash Trash
B is for Bohemian And for Brunch
Combo the two for a laid-back affair, using hand-painted blue and white clay cups and plates, earthly linens and a beautiful in-season arrangement that plays into the table’s colors.
Photo by Noa Griffel
R is for Relax
In Mexico — where Tory took this photo while on vacation — that translates to a nice long afternoon siesta.
Photo by Tory Burch
B is for Blue
A cheerful and bright alternative for an Easter table setting. Pattern plays — like this mix of florals, abstract graphics and arabesque swirls — add depth and dimension.
W is for White Anemones
Beautifully petaled flowers, like these, are a quick and easy way to fresh up a room.
E is for Elisa Nalin
The Paris-based stylist and brand consultant who doesn’t let a little thing like weather stop her from wearing vibrant colors and prints.
F is for Fishtail Braid
The perfect hairstyle to mirror our Spring 2013 wheat motif.
Photograph by 9to5 Chic
S is for Spring
The time to shake off the winter blues and embrace a sunny spirit.