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Erin Fetherston Spring/Summer 2014

  Erin Fetherston's Spring/Summer 2014 collection kicked of my fashion week this year at the Butterfly in TriBeCa, NYC.  Erin's...

 
Erin Fetherston's Spring/Summer 2014 collection kicked of my fashion week this year at the Butterfly in TriBeCa, NYC.  Erin's inspiration for the S/S '14 season was an ultimate garden party that stayed true to the designer's trademark feminine style.
 
The collection showed a lot of draped silhouettes such as boxy vests paired over swinging A-line skirts and tunincs layered over maxi length dresses in matching embellished fabric.  Erin also used creamy whites and a wide range of wildflower hues. 
 
The San Francisco Bay Area Native's team states that stucturally speaking, this season was all about movement.  "Like a beautiful flower head bobbing in the breeze, a dash of bouncing flounce here, a thoughtful second tier there make for swing and volume befitting for the most enchanting of evenings."
 
 
Erin Fetherston
 
Let't take a look at some of my fave pieces form the collection:

 
You can never go wrong with white in the spring or summer. I love the long white dress in the photo above.  It reminds me of the Hampstons.  The dress below is a perfect dress that you can easily take from day to night with a light blazer and the right shoes!


 
The dress in the middle is so perfect for spring and summer because you can wear it to so many places.  This dress can be a wardrobe staple by mixing and matching it with bags, shoes, jackets and accessories.  I love the soft color and the subtle floral pattern as well.

 
I felt like this little section of orange dresses was Erin's ode to OJ&B!
 
Thanks so much to Erin and her team for inviting me to check out her Spring/Summer 2014 collection.  I will be looking out for one of her dresses at the next garden party in 2014!
 
 
Jonathan Valdez, Editor-in-Chief of OJ&B
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