One of the big trends from summer 2013, which is continuing into fall 2013, is the floral trend. In addition to floral prints, berry hues ranging from bright summer fuchsia through to deep, dark burgundy are among the hottest colors for fall 2013. Since I love to incorporate runway trends into my own personal style, this floral top from local designer Victoria Bracha is the perfect answer to both the continuing floral trend and the berry hued trend.
Victoria Bracha is a Bay Area based designer who owns Bracha Boutique in downtown San Carlos, California. Bracha carries Victoria’s line as well as additional brands and designers who are both niche and popular. The entire store is a fabulous mix of apparel and accessories which are hard to find in other shops. Love that!
This top by Victoria Bracha is made from a cool, mesh fabric which is layered and not see through. (As one would assume it would be when the word “mesh” is mentioned!) The mesh fabric is surprisingly cool and allows the wind to breeze in and out; making this a fabulous top for spring and fall! Of course, it is also perfect for foggy, summer days too. Victoria Bracha also uses this fabric for dresses and other pieces which can be mixed and matched together. She also has additional colors and prints which are easy to wear in any season.
I paired my Victoria Bracha top with an A-line leather skirt. This works perfectly for going out in the evening. The top can also be paired with trousers for the office or jeans for casual days. I love versatility!
For more information about Bay Area designer Victoria Bracha, please visit her shop located at 654 Laurel Street, San Carlos, Ca. or her website at VictoriaBracha.com. Happy shopping, and stay fabulous
Top: c/o Victoria Bracha
Skirt: Parker (past season-see shopping widget below for similar styles at various price points)
Earrings: c/o Twisted Silver (use coupon code INSIDERS for 15% off)
Lipstick: c/o Dolce & Gabbana “Gentle Monica”
Rings: John Hardy and Tiffany
Nail Polish: Chanel Bel-Argus
Handbag: c/o Jill Milan available at Circle & Square SF
Shoes: Valentino (past season) current season here
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Fragrance: c/o Seth Kornegay
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