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Posted on September 15, 2013
Badgley Mischka Spring 2014 Collection
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Pretty, feminine, and wearable.
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easily, one of my favourite collections of the season . . . !
Nothing ground breaking, but nothing at all wrong with doing an entire collection of lovely, easily wearable, mostly timeless clothes.
But did it have to come with blue eyeshadow to the brows? The styling is so distracting!
The first look’s make-up kind of made me go “WTF”, but then I did a NIna and just cut off all the model’s heads in my mind and that made the collection a hundred times better.
Not a lick of it is original, but almost all of it is beautiful.
Heavenly. I want everything.
No surprises here, but it’s all really pretty and feminine.
Lots of pretties here. Wonder why some of the models look pissed off, though. Kind of ruins the effect.
Stunning! Hope to see some of them on the Emmys red carpet in a few weeks.
The cleanliness of it all is a breath of fresh air after Marc Jacobs, even if it does go a bit prom-y around the middle. I love the washed-out dahlia print (I’d do bad things for the wide-leg pants), though I wish it was slightly less washed out to avoid the bedsheet association. A lot of very pretty looks for a variety of bodies and styles here. I’d love to see Kate Hudson in the blue and white print-striped column.
Sometimes I feel bad that I enjoy the less challenging offerings so much. But then I remember that there’s nothing wrong with beautiful and wearable.
Not loving the Margaret Bourke-White hair and if you’re gonna feature blue eyeshadow, you need to commit.
That is indeed some shitty, shitty makeup.
To quote Michael Kors: “I see boobies!”
did you just see his 2014 collection? too many boobies.
From the ridiculous (Marc Jacobs) to the sublime (this); thank you for the ‘palette’ cleanser
diane kruger will take one of each, please!
The back to back to back dark blue dresses toward the middle gave me a little thrill.
If Marchesa made tasteful clothes, they would look like these.
Pretty dresses, not all geared toward the ultra-skinny, ultra-young, which is a relief. Love the kind of retro #3 and 6, plus that purple, one-shoulder gown has me drooling.
The purple was my favorite. The waist detail was so beautiful, without being overworked. It looked effortless.
I immediately pinned #3, and I’m sure its the retro vibe. Also on the 9th up from the bottom (blue ‘shirtwaist’ gown)
Pretty, but that peach color will always remind me of 80s bridesmaids.
A lot of gorgeous dresses but the model in the short dress in the middle of the long gowns is scary skinny.
Georgina Chapman is very jealous because she didn’t make this collection.
She too made great dresses.
If you like frou-frou and invisible clothes, then yes, I might agree with you. But I don’t really respond to that POV.
I want the tweed dress and the tweed trumpet skirt.
Gorgeous stuff here, very glam.
I got a vibe of 1920s filtered through the 1940s.
Mostly great. Bringing back the 80s, just a little.
Really liked most of the looks. Some really good looking short dresses. Has there been any show that hasn’t had the obligatory sheer with visible nipples?
Love the blue and cream strapless column dress with the floral and diamond patterns (8th from the bottom). Lots of lovely dresses here, a tad been-there, seen-that, but FFS, more nipples than a baby bottle factory.
Anyone else come away from this thinking, “Women don’t wear blue eyeshadow enough”? Let’s bring that back.
I see Christina Hendrix in a few of this collection. Love it.
I love a lot of these looks- it’s actually pretty understated for B-M. I LOVE the tweed skirt and jacket- SO chic.
Gorgeous, gorgeous fabrics. I see Michelle Obama in the dark blue floral gown (#13). It’s made for her shoulders and arms.
Did anyone else get a scent of ‘modern Southern woman’ from this collection? I mean that in the best possible way.
I. Need. Number. 10.
Beautiful! A spring collection that actually feels like spring!
Boring but kinda nice.
Hand claps for the ones in floral fabric. We’ll see those on the RC for sure.
Love that first navy and white hat. Too bad such a hat would never work on my huge dome.
The lavender satin floral dress (under the peach gown) looks like it has errant nipples all over it.
Oh my god, I think I had a little fashiongasm.
Lovely and feminine
HIPS!!! Love them.
I like how they used the patterns in a couple of the gowns, but no great shakes here. Not bad, but not awesome either. Still, I could see nearly every look being translated across the size spectrum, so it’s a smart collection, business-wise.
I LOVE almost everything! I’m not big on the royal blue dress with the asymmetric peplum toward the end. I can’t count the beautiful looks in this collection. I love this collection.
Taylor Swift S/S ’14.
That said, I love it.
I see FLOTUS wearing a lot of these evening dresses – esp the blue ones.
I will never be rich or thin enough to wear those dresses. I has a sadz.
Mad Men meets The Great Gatsby.
Looked like a great show – I notice that the backs of several are spectacular.
WOW So beautiful I would love to have everything, of course, I can’t afford any of it and I wouldn’t have any place to wear it with a two year old at home. Oh well I will just look at it in awe.
Very pretty. But this collection leaves me with this question: What would happen if a women with breasts tries to wear any of this? Not body-slamming or shaming the models, all of whom are lovely. But, seriously.
If I had a bottomless pit of money, THIS is the collection that I would buy. I love everything here.