Tibi Spring/Summer 2017

by The Daily Front Row

Amy Smilovic‘s off-the-shoulder tops at Tibi have been a gift that keeps on giving. Season after season they’ve become a staple for both the brand and the women that love them. This season, Smilovic debuted new silhouettes that are sure to brand icons: Tops with voluminous sleeves that came in bell shapes or blouson style or with drawstrings. Smilovic cited the Edwardian era as an inspiration and there’s no doubt that these are going to be very, very popular. Who hasn’t heard a woman complain about not having enough great tops in their wardrobe? A pair of ’80s acid washed jeans looked surprisingly good with one of these turn of the century-inspired blouses. 

Smilovic was also looking to Edwardian cinched and corseted waists, which looked most covetable on a pair of gingham men’s inspired trousers and a pair of floral embroidered skirts. And then there was a dash of brilliant color in canary yellow, tangerine and citrus, deep forest greens, and robin egg blue. The latter, a color which tends to look good on everyone from blondes and brunettes to redheads came in a lovely silhouette, which would look nice on Olivia Palermo who was perched front row, and the floral dressing gowns are sure to be an Insta hit.

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