Sunday, August 28, 2011

Ferragamo Falls for the 30s

Hehe, either the Salvatore Ferragamo has been reading my blog or my 1930s-resort-fashion-obsessed mind.  Check out some of the pieces in the 2012 resort collection: Halter neck tops, beach pajama/palazzo legged one-pieces, sailor stripes & wide legged trousers, oversized floppy hats!











15 comments:

Debi said...

LOVE this! I will have to check out the entire collection! I'm bummed you won't be at the Gatsby event...alas...I'm not going to the QM event!!! Hoping we can meet up sometime soon!! xoxoxo

garofit said...

Good. Now what we need is some of that to filter down to the High Street shops, and I expect it will. So good news for the 2012!

Fiona Timantti said...

Lovely! I really like that outfit in the last picture...

superheidi said...

Ah, elegance prevails!

Carys said...

Such lovely outfits, you really can see the 30s influence in the halternecks and nautical trousers!
From Carys of La Ville Inconnue

Miss Marie said...

Don't you hate it when someone steals your idea ;)

This are all stunning. I would love to own and wear all of these outfits...

iLiveinmyLab said...

Oh I love those pants! All of these styles are absolutely fabulous though! I hope this trend continues!

Trixie said...

Yay! Eventually it will all come to Target! LOL. My cheap self is not buying at Ferragamo prices but woooooweeeee! This is some cute stuff!!!

Hannah said...

Gorgeous love the halter neck ensemble, and wide trousers and stripes are always a winner.

Nadja And said...

I love the elegance!
I agree to Miss Mari! sometimes it feel like some one steels your ideas... I wonder how they can take a visit to my head without me knowing about it ;)

The seccond photo rememberd me about a tutourial you prommised a while ago, how is it going?

Love/Nadja Eleonora

Tasha said...

Wow, that is indeed very interesting! I particularly like the clever use of diagonal lines on the halter and skirt combo!

BaronessVonVintage said...

I could never afford Ferragamo, either, but thought these were interesting inspirational (rather than aspirational?) images! Nadja, you caught me: I forgot the tutorial. Maybe when I get back from my travels next week? Yikes! Sorry about that!

Lauren said...

Yum, yum, yum!!

Mary Lou said...

what a fabulous collection!!! i love this pants!
love and kiss,mary

http://maryloucinnamon.blogspot.com/

Mrs Tailleur said...

mm lovely