Summary: Watching the Yeohlee show reminded me of outfitting paper dolls with felt clothing when I was younger. The models were each garbed in black leggings and fitted black turtleneck tops, and each had a different piece "attached" to the ensemble. An A-line gray knee-length skirt, a down metallic shrug, or a beige poncho–all stiffly attached to a black-suited Barbie. The clothing was also lax in embellishments, hardware, or anything aside from being fabric extensions from black cotton. However, even as extensions, the lines were consistent, the construction impressive, and the clothing completely wearable save a couple of the patent leather shrug looks. The sleeveless gathered turtleneck stood out as a great staple to be folded next to the James Perse t-shirt, and the gold metallic shrug acted as a fantastic outfit embellishment.
Color Palette: grey, black, metallic gold, oatmeal
Textures & Details: wool, cotton, down, patent, leather, quilting
Key Looks: shrugs, ponchos, A-line skirts, patent belts, quilted head-piece
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