Ok. So. Yes, we all know the prices of Burberry Prorsum is insane. Like a few pay checks for a trench coat insane, but hello? Have you ever seen something more worth it? The fabrics, the prints, the cuts, the precision, the tailoring, oh my God, it is ridiculous. 

I mean I really don’t know how anyone could ever look bad in anything by Burberry, the tailoring is so precise and so fabulously done you really can’t go wrong and this 2011 Spring/Summer line is no exception. Just look at the colors, they alone are making my drool as I type this blog. They are warm, inviting, sensual all while being so utterly perfect for the seasons that are creeping up on us.

I can’t wait to be “extra” paid, because I will literally be living inside Burberry, all, all, all up in it.  

*For the entire new 2011 Spring/Summer line go to: Vogue.co.uk

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Christopher Bailey showcased much anticipated Burberry Prorsum Spring 2012 Collection during London Fashion Week. Prominent things on runway were bold colors and a lot of handcrafts including crochet, carving, weaving, braiding, beading and printing.

Burberry Prorsum Spring 2012 London Show presented structured parkas, pleated dresses, skirts and the traditional trench in eclectic prints and flirty silhouettes. Color palette flowed from deep mauve to asparagus green.

Craftsmanship seen in beading on placket of a trench, geometric wooden beads around necklines, raffia trim on a parka hood, made it stylish.

Key Looks included a pleated dress in leaf green crepe, ruched dress in a bold block print, charming full skirts falling just below the knee, Burberry parka adorned with whipstitched hems, woven leather sleeves, beading and much more.

Along with trendy dresses and coats, Burberry Prorsum Spring 2012 Collection also flaunted chic accessories including multi-colored raffia bobble hats, wooden necklaces, beaded anklets, platform sandals and bags.

Highlights of collection included skirts with high, tight waists that softly tuliped to mid-calf, woven raffia in stripes of mustard and navy or plum, hardy cotton Parkas with trimmed hoods, peaked caps with pompoms on top, silk shirt dresses, cotton draped dresses in graphic prints.”

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