Marchesa's Spring 2014 collection in three words? To-die-for. And even that could be an understatement. Marchesa has always been to me the epitome of feminine and classy and its spot as a constant favourite among editors and style mavens alike just proves how covetable their pieces are. Many of us fantasize about owning about owning a Marchesa creation and would die if we actually did! This season, designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig served up yet again a beautiful collection of effortlessly elegant and sexy gowns. Fairytale and princess-like, the collection featured ethereal, delicate frocks with unique pearl and butterfly appliques, each floating down the runway as gracefully as the last.
Inspired by the romantic vibe of the Victorian-era quirks, this collection was decidedly more relaxed than their previous ones, more of a day out in the picnic rather than a serious night at the opera. As trend-setting as always, Marchesa put a totally unexpected girly twist on the bralette, one of Spring's major styles, and turned it into a soft lace top with a light pink organza tee on top, as well as two other powder blue peekaboo pieces. Utter red-carpet majesty, don't you think?