It's that time of year again! Get ready for a flood of photo posts. Enjoy!
NASHVILLE FASHION WEEK NIGHT ONE
PLENTY BY TRACY REESE
Plenty by Tracy Reese had a great selection for any age or style, incorporating luxurious prints and bold spring colors. It was an effortlessly chic line that gave off a feminine vibe with its sleek silhouettes and floaty bohemian influences. You could definitely see a modern twist to some classic styles - refreshing and fun.
Following her other line, PLENTY, Tracy changed the mood from bohemian chic to sultry with her incorporation of thoughtful structures and a toned down color palette. Everything was still playful, but could be easily incorporated into a business casual wardrobe. I always appreciate things that can be integrated into any woman's closet!
Cally Rieman is no stranger to our budding Nashville fashion industry, showing a beautiful collection last year - also at the Pinnacle Bldg - this year is no exception. Her designs were executed beautifully with a stunning array of mixed prints and flared pants reminiscent of the work-chic style of the 1970's, even with the added delight of pussy bows. Okay, I know that sounded pervy, but I swear to god thats what they're called!
R E D D O L L BY TATYANA MERENYUK
I hate to sound biased, but I LOVE this line. LOVE. Tatyana also showed last year in addition to Versace at the Parthenon. She always raises the bar on floaty, flirty and feminine which are my favorite F Words. The silhouettes are remarkably constructed to flatter any hot blooded woman. Heads up those of you who are engaged - she does wedding gowns! Rejoice!
Last, but most certainly not least, we have NoNoo who was so kindly sponsored this year by one of my favorite Nashville shopping spots, Gus Mayer. The whole collection brought Mother Russia to Nashville with the most fantastic glamorous flair! Fur hats? Check. Sultry reds and beautiful prints? Check. Classic shapes mixed with peek-a-boo cut outs?? DOUBLE CHECK. I'm sold. Bol'shoe Spasibo, NoNoo! (Thank you very much)