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New York Style Guide

After being treated with beautiful sunshine every now and then, the prospects of summer is becoming more real. And with the summer comes jetting off around the globe and where better to go than the ultra stylish and sleek New York!

New York style is extremely varied and with that we at Lucile have chosen to incite two style guides for the formal and casual NYC looks.

New York Fashion Guide

Firstly we have the more casual look of the two for those days round Manhattan, sightseeing. Inspired by the freshness of the ‘Shortness of Time’ collection and by pairing soft pastels with Leather and black print gives this day look an edge. The key pieces in this style guide are the Signature Lace Balcony Bra and Luxury Lace Back Knickers.

The ‘Shortness of Time’ collection is the epitome of femininity in Tea Rose Pink silk, a colour created exclusively for Lucile. Adorned with beautiful lace and bow embellishments, it is the stunning attention to detail that makes this collection utterly luxurious. A perfect fit to enhance a stunning silhouette.

New York Fashion Guide 2

Next we have the ultimate Spring Summer 14 formalwear look for perhaps a business trip or those days in the Upper-East Side! Inspired by the Duck Egg Blue collection ‘Rossetti Gardens’ this beautifully tailored look enhances the feminine body shape with a strong twist. Key pieces that make this look are the Silk Lined Plunge Bra, Lace Detail Knickers and Suspender Belt.

With the finest attention to detail throughout the ‘Rossetti Gardens’ collection, from the precise fit of the collections bra’s to the stunning yet subtle Duck Egg Blue. And finally with Lace that has been hand dyed exclusively for this gorgeous collection.

New York has so much to offer in the way of entertainment and culture, so whilst on your trip why not put your stunning outfits to good use and visit the latest Rochelle Feinstein exhibition ‘Love Vibe’. Situated in the Lower East Side, six large-scale canvases that make up the single installation piece, created by the veteran painter over a 14-year period each presents a different visual variation on the phrase love your work, which, according the artist, is the sort of mindless shorthand that represents the poverty of conversational discourse these days.

Of course, while you’re in the Big Apple make sure you leave plenty of time for shopping, eating and drinking – a trip to New York wouldn’t be complete without it!

Our New York style guide has everything you need for an eventful spree to New York, from sleek casual to business ready. Which is your favourite look?

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