August 7, 2013

Caught up in your holiday plans? How about next summer and matching Carolina Herrera outfits? Are they planned out?

Carolina Herrera Resort 2014

Caught in between the just gone by holiday and next year’s break? Or maybe in between this late July weekday and the holiday you’ve been waiting for over half a summer? Me, I’m lost between it all and the sweet beauty of the Carolina Herrera Resort 2014 collection!

And this means that I’m fascinated with the fluid silk dresses and playful prints of geometrical patterns sweetened up with quirky floral motifs, with ultramarine blue and carnation pink, with the flow of organza and crepe de chine.

Already more than enough dizzyingly happy stimuli, and this leaving aside the tantalizing and sparkling destinations Carolina Herrera herself is luring me with! This, as she labels her honey-sweet designs as ’’seasonless’’, ’’relevant for a full lifestyle of travel and new experiences’’. And I am sure she is saying it especially for me, because her ideas and dresses speak to me!

They tell me about New York and Buenos Aires, about Madrid and Berlin, about Singapore and, as soon as the future Carolina Herrera Honolulu boutique is inaugurated, well, yes!, Hawaii!

Carolina Herrera Resort 2014

But before the first, decisive, step on my around the world voyage, I’ve already online-travelled through the exclusive world of Herrera elegance – at Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue – and I’ve reached as far as having serious pre-order plans through Moda Operandi! What do you make of my choice? Spectacular enough for my planned world tour?

Carolina Herrera Resort 2014

Carolina Herrera Resort 2014 look – plaquette belt in lambskin, USD 490 (USD 245 deposit), silk crepe print wide leg pants, USD 1 290 (USD 645 deposit) and double georgette halter top, USD 1 890 (USD 945 deposit), available to pre-order, at Moda Operandi

 

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Photo sources: Carolina Herrera, vogue.com