Show Review: Tracy Reese Fall/Winter 2010 Ready to Wear

Hey all!

Vuitton here with a rundown of the Tracy Reese show.

The designer stuck somewhat to her usual aesthetic of colorful dresses and flirtatious hemlines.  But this season, I loved the pairing of heavily knit fabrics with soft textures, seamlessly creating a sensible and wearable contrast.

Reese also infused a few lingerie-esque pieces and textures in the collection, adding a sexy vibe but still maintaining its classy and lady-like appeal.

The coats were probably my favorite pieces in her collection this season, simply because they’re classic but evoke an inviting duality of modern construction.

And lastly, she also sent some body hugging mini dresses down the runway. Although in basic neutral shades, the lace on the dress on the left and the perforated dress on the right offer some romance to the collection and make seemingly boring shades a little interesting.

All in all, I’d say the collection was a very wearable one, and one that’s very easy to sell, especially the boldly printed dresses and the long coats.  Nothing really made me gasp since Reese usually plays it safe, but the collection was really cohesive.

What say you?



Claire Sulmers is the publisher and founder of Fashion Bomb Daily, the #43 most influential style magazine in the world.

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