I’ve always loved her bold printed clothes and the ethnic detailing on them. Every inch of her clothing is paid attention to, and the beadings and embroideries are just nice so as not to make it look tacky.
Naming Morocco, South of France and Rome as her inspirations, Tory Burch came from generations of stylish women; photos of her mother and grandmother inspire her to design new lines. She doesn’t have any formal designing qualification, but it’s clear she doesn’t need it.
I love how her style is very beachwear, but still wearable elsewhere. It’s classy and bold, yet still fun and loud.
Some of her clothes are slightly too big for me, so I shifted my focus on her line of shoes and accessories. I’m sure you all have seen the infamous Tory Burch pumps.
They come in so many different colours and textures, you’ll really be spoilt for choice. Her other shoes are super pretty as well, so prepare yourself to be indecisive when you go to her store.
And oh god, the bags!! They’re so fun and cool, and I just love the gold Tory Burch logo stands out in every design. It just screams elegance and luxury. I’m crazy about clutches at the moment, and the Tory Burch ones are my favourites; way above Chanel or LV (I know, righttttt!!)
Tory Burch is supposed to be affordable luxury, but they’re definitely not cheap.
Can everyone please get me one clutch (each!) for my next birthday? I want them all. Drool.
Stella and I couldn’t resist getting her flats to welcome the nice weather in London. We felt uber cool in them.