NYFW Spring ’14 Breakdown: Part 2

You know that feeling on the last day of a long vacation, where you’ve had an amazing time, but you’re secretly craving the chance to get back to a normal schedule? That’s how I always find myself feeling by the last day of New York Fashion Week. I love seeing each piece and collection, but there’s just so much going on—from the actual shows and behind-the-scenes sneak peeks to the star-studded after parties and all the style sites’ reviews—that it’s almost a sensory overload. And I say that without even being there!

Nonetheless, I really enjoyed the Spring ’14 collections—though there were a few disappointments for me—and can’t wait for the next round in February.

Check out a few of my favorite trends and looks from the second half of NYFW:

White Wonders

From left to right: Rachel Zoe; J.Mendel; Naeem Khan; and Badgley Mischka.

From left to right: Rachel Zoe; J.Mendel; Naeem Khan; and Badgley Mischka.

Elegant Embroidery

From left to right: Sass & Bide; Oscar de la Renta; Naeem Khan; and Custo Barcelona.

From left to right: Sass & Bide; Oscar de la Renta; Naeem Khan; and Custo Barcelona.

Classic Color Combo

From left to right: Escada; Pamella Roland; Marchesa; and Ohne Titel.

From left to right: Escada; Pamella Roland; Marchesa; and Ohne Titel.

More Favorites

From left to right: Michael Kors; Elie Tahari; Rosie Assoulin; and Carolina Herrera.

From left to right: Michael Kors; Elie Tahari; Rosie Assoulin; and Carolina Herrera.

What were your favorite looks from the Spring ’14 collections? Check out more of mine on Pinterest!

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