Wear: Rachel Comey Spring 2013

For the most part, a majority of runway shows are filled with garments that are designed for special events like galas, dinners, and red carpets. Rachel Comey decided to focus her Spring 2013 on pieces that the everyday woman could wear to work without sacrificing their fashion sense. Also, these looks could easily be taken from the workplace into nightlife. The dresses can be worn to give off a classy, vintage feel, but with the right pair of shoes, give the shoes a rock-and-roll, downtown aesthetic to it. Comey is known for her accessories and they do not go unnoticed in this collection. I could really go for the ankle boots worn in the third picture.

Photo Credit: style.com

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