|How fun is this outfit?? Seriously...|
|Loved this look. Wish my picture was better.|
What I Thought In General
This particular collection had some of the most interesting prints I saw during the duration of Dayton Fashion Week. I also liked the African spin on some of the pieces, the way the dresses flowed, and how they draped. I could easily see these being go-to wardrobe pieces with their light-easy to wear feel.
Some trends you will notice:
High waists, short skirts, repeated prints, pairing prints with busy t-shirts and pulling it off. And everyone wearing these outfits seemed very natural in them too, which is quite different from other shows during the week. I hope that says something about comfort.
|I think I need this skirt!|
|Ah, not just women! I dig the cowl. I wonder if the jeans are also 1847 & Co.|
|I'm really digging the sash. As separates these would be fun.|
|This suit was pretty cool. I want the jacket. :)|
|Yihudeet Morgan looking awesome - too bad I got her eyes closed. But these pants are fun!|
|Emily Goodman (model) has about 16 likes on my Facebook page with this photo.|
|I like the print on this, but the design... still not into puffy shoulders.|
And you totally have to see this particular piece. I just adored it. It has a trick!!! Watch Olivia pull this off...
Overall, the show did what I think a good fashion show should do - keep me interested and wanting to learn more. I hope to see more of 1847 and Co.soon. I think Gbelley Taylor is definitely a designer to watch.
You can learn more about 1847 and Co. on Dayton Fashion Week's page, or visit 1847 and Co.'s Facebook page.
Updated: Wording error on birth and residence location. Now correct.