NYFW: My obsession with Tibi

My first ever Tibi piece was found off of Chamblee Antique Row in Atlanta, GA about 2 years ago. I'd never before been able to afford their apparel, so this was an incredibly lucky find. Although it was a couple sizes too large, I couldn't help but admire the clean pleating running parallel to the buttons. And the subtly of the X stitching at the collar if you so-happened to button all the way to the top. I had to have it.   

My obsession with Tibi begins with their application of intricate details to wardrobe essentials. Tibi creates bold statements without the flash and frills. Tibi elevates minimal design by injecting contradictions. The best example I can think of to easily explain that is Tibi's full skirts. They are structured, yet flowing.

While I am sad that there was no live streaming of the Tibi show, social media and Now Fashion were on top of posting looks at they came on stage. I have much love for this collection, especially since I won't be experiencing much of a winter this year (I'll be in the southern hemisphere!). The entire line of Tibi's Spring 2015 is extremely feminine... yet with a touch of masculinity. I love that all of the pastel colors they have picked are muted so your attention is called to the flow and line direction of the fabric instead. Below are a few photos of my favorites from Tibi SS 2015.