For resort 2012, the color palette has a different shades with F/W 2012, where McQueen used a lot of grey-white-ish like an Ice Queen. For Resort collection, Burton uses black, white, gold, tan (i'm not a fashion/textile student so I can't differ/tell what color that is), a really cool earth tone. She also stays true to McQueen's style where there are a lot of embroidery of flowers, shells, pretty and strong silhouette, and structured cut. The difference between McQueen and Burton is that Burton gave us a more of feminine touch to the collection. The thing about McQueen collection is that it's very unwearable even for White Tie events. I think the only place where you can wore McQueen gowns is like the Costume Met Gala, but not this time. This time, Burton gives us a very wearable collection with lots of jackets, skirts with ruffled hem, simple dress wih amazing details with embroidery belt, and gowns with such 'aaaaaa i want this' feeling. Pretty much, I love how this collection really embodied my 'style' at the moment, very polished, chic, simple but there are colors and embroidery. And oh, can you see the shoes? THEY ARE AMAZING. Very simple (very different from the usual over the top but also pretty McQueen shoes) and wearable. Ah, I should stop rambling, and you should see what i mean. Here are my favorite looks from the collection (make sure you read more!):
Please read more to see more of the collection (You have to!). Images are from vogue.com
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