Nov 16, 2012

L'Wrenn Scott Designing Her Way for Fall 2012.

L'Wrenn Scott called this collection Tea Time. A perfect name for a line up that had details and influences of England from the 1900's to WWII. Fitted and lean silhouettes walked down and showed ensembles that was a pure mixture of jewel tones and bright spots of color washed with some black. Scott does a great job in showing the female body by designing pieces that basically come in different lengths, fabrics and details that celebrates femininity that is seductive and sexy in a glamorous and stylish way.
A cream number of a fitted jacket over a slinky number and a bow in the back on the neck was a charm and a dark olive sweater embroidered in the front and yellow plush fur on the shoulder matching with a pair of sexy cut tweed pants was whimsical. To continue the whimsy she offered printed tea dresses with swishy skirts that were playful and sexy.

A sharp ensemble of a purple brocade jacket over a matching ponyskin skirt and fuchsia chiffon blouse trimmed with velvet bows radiates modern glamour.

The show could not be with out a line up of evening drama. It went from from a velvet over the knee dress to a beaded tunic over black pants for cocktail to slinky floor sweeping satin dress to a regal black velvet finale number.

Scott continues to design her own way and has a strong point of view that she needs to maintain. This collection shows the signature L'Wrenn Scott look and it is sticking.

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