First of all: I'm completely sorry that I haven't blogged until now but since I was on my way to our annual skiing-vacation, I was in little stress with unpacking my 1000000 clothes (ALL necessary of course and ALL meant to be worn in 2 weeks!). So, I hope you will apologize my little absence yesterday & I promise, that I will upload some nice pictures as soon as I have shot them.
Soo, what did I discover there at Burberry Prorsum's FW-collection for next year? An overload of AMAZING coats, fur details and the classic-kept way we all expect by thinking about Burberry, which I consider Bailey has overtaken pretty well.
Especially, the black coat combined to the leather overknees (very sexy) is one of my absolute favourites! Moreover, I discovered similar (trench-)coats as we have already seen them for the SS11-collection just with the difference that Bailey has used fury details on the shoulderpart as well as on the collar instead of the studded details for his summer collection. Or as an alternative, there are some really he used shiny stones to fresh up the old well-known Burberry coat. Well done, I'd say.
Focusing more on the shoes, I mostly spotted the leather overknees & although I would consider them as way too primitive (I'm sorry but they CAN be interpreted as a little bitch-factor) they just look hot in all the combinations with different jackets or coats. I'm still not sure whether I would buy such overknees but I think that really depends on each woman. At least, you need to have thin calves...but you will need that anyways to get in them. (I'm sorry but let's be honest... people with fat calves don't have a chance seriously look ridiculous IF they would fit SOME overknees ...).
So what else did I appreciate to see? Of course, it was the classic black jacket. I think that this should hang in every girl's closet. Seriously, it is always appropriate, never "overstyled" and combinable in so many ways that it's personally a must to take it with me everywhere I am.
Something, which I also discovered were the oversized half-cut sleeves made of fur while the dress (?) shows the upcoming trend of colorblocking. Red and blue - why not.
I really start to love Prorsum even more with every released collection. A classic label mixed with modern spirit - exactly what I like.