Tory Burch’s Spring 2014 Bags Carry Us Back to the Garden Party Wholesale Replica

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We’re already visited one elaborate, fashionable, ladylike garden party this New York Fashion Week, and that was between Kate Spade’s expertly trimmed hedges. Today, we’re off to see what’s going on in Tory Burch’s backyard, and it’s pretty gorgeous. Withe Tory Burch Spring 2014, the designer has found her stride, or at least a stride; the collection is neatly clustered around a clear theme, and the variations that it takes as the collection progresses are nothing short of lovely.

It’s with not-so-mild surprise that I admit that Burch managed to take something that can be accurately described as a “floral fanny pack” and make it something that a woman might actually want to wear, but she did just that. Vogue‘s Hamish Bowles described the collection as “tightly controlled,” and that’s probably the best phrase to use when talking about how Burch approached her use of florals and garden motifs. Where Kate Spade went quirky, Burch elegant. Both approaches are interesting in their own ways, but the clothes and bags in this collection look a lot more expensive than they likely will be, which is always a nice thing for consumers. Although maybe the prices are just going up.

Shop Tory Burch’s current collection via Bloomingdale’s or check out the images of her newest line below.

[Images via Vogue.com]

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Some readers asked a thorough review of my new Tory Burch double-zip tote. . I started looking into this tote 3 months ago. I went to my local Saks and tried on the black one back in December. The Robinson bag can be bought at high-end department stores like Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus and Bloomingdales in addition to Tory Burch’s website for $575. After seeing/touching it in person, the next step for me was to start looking for some sort of a discount. I believe I have mentioned it before — I do not mind preowned as long as they fulfill my requirements. I wasn’t going to buy a preowned Tory Burch but that I was not opposed to this thought, either. I watched some of them on eBay and all of them ended up about $475ish. The savings is not significant. I chose to hold out a little longer to find a much better bargain. A couple of weeks ago, there was a listing on eBay for a brand-new bag for almost $200 less than the retail price. The first question that came into my mind was why? The main reason is that this particular tote was created before summer of 2012. The liner for the Robinson Double-zip bag was redesigned past Fall. Therefore, the good canvas liner vs. the logo jacquard lining. Other than that, everything else is identical to the present version.I did some research online concerning the liner just to teach myself. Unfortunately, I did not find much on it. However, there was a picture from Neiman Marcus revealing the exact same liner. Also, someone here mentioned the orange liner (the review dated March 2012).

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