Favorite NYFW Fall 2012 Looks, So Far

Feb 15, 2012

Having a full-time job always gets in the way of Fashion Week.  It’s too bad.  Thank goodness for Style.com, Fashionologie and Pinterest. 

Diane von Furstenberg

Red is big this year. This neckline makes it extra special, though.

Zac Posen

This dress is the perfect mix of Asian simplicity and 1940s pin-up girl.

Edun

The blouse looks like a torrent of fabric, but I love it.

Lela Rose

I’m a big fan of overlays. Big. Huge.

Derek Lam

Not sure what I covet more, the dress or the Bardot-esque hair.  Who am I kidding? The hair.

Diane von Furstenberg

I’ve never been so jealous of a model in my life.  This outfits is perfection. Sultry, sculpted perfection.

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  1. Alison B. says:

    Love these dresses!! BTW, did I miss the winner of the samples?

  2. amy b.s. says:

    i am loving all of these, but that zac posen is amazing. so classy.

  3. Tel says:

    Structured, below the knee, and with sleeves?! That last DVF dress is amazing!
    (I'm in love with the Derek Lam, DVF red, Edun, and Zac Posen looks, too. Nice picks, Belle.)

  4. Ellie says:

    Love how wearable all of this is.

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