DVF Ready-To-Wear Fall 2010 Collection

It’s a collection filled with distinctive textures, prints and designs. Each look showed off a new layer to the famous designer and her distinguished mind to add two different styles to create such a fabulous combination. Once again Diane Von Furstenburg did it again and in a sassy elegant way with a new set of colors and designs.

The ready to wear collection inspired a fullness of watercolor shades of navy blues, leafy greens, and a splash of florals. Topped with bold blazers and structured tiered skirts and tailored skinny pants. It was an uptown girl meet boyish chic and a few formal goddess gowns as well.
The mixtures of sequined jackets and dance floor elements flowed well along the mirrored runway. It was a collection fit for night parties or dinner dates and red carpet events.
This fall collection was filled with a playful edge with its cropped jackets and metallic’s. These looks will be a big trend during the fall season. You’ll also see more embellished glam items mixed with a dash of floral as well.

 Amazing watercolor blues, mixed with a little lace and sequins.

Funky floral printed skirts and free flowing dresses, topped with layered jackets and blazers.

This updated suit, worn with skinny striped or leather or black pant is cute. By adding a sequined or printed jacket and a statement hat worked well.

A dash of softness with off-white, sliver and amber brown colors went well with the skirts and pants.

These short but modest dresses and a bold goddess gown. In-depth with a gun metal metallic dress and funky neon leopard dress.

 Overall this collection was by far my favorite from her, and I loved how expensive it looked. It was the chicest collection for the fall season and you’ll see a lot of the looks as trends. So don’t be surprised to see an embellished belt around a cute floral skirt. Topped with a sequined jacket and a fun pair of peep-toe boots.

~Brittany J.

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