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Runway To Real Way: Ralph Rucci Spring 2014 Ready-To-Wear

Runway to real way: Ralph Rucci Spring 2014

Showcasing sixty-four impressive get-ups for fashion week, Ralph Rucci’s spring ready-to-wear collection unveiled intricate detailing, tailoring, and luxuriousness. This dynamic collection consisted of everything from everyday-wear to evening attire. Here's how I would modify three of my favorite head-turners into affordable garments…

Ralph Rucci: Runway to Real Way

Poised in one of Rucci's first features, this model flaunted a plush ruffle-like blouse, black jacket, and finely detailed skirt. My girl-on-a-budget take of this look emphasizes an exotic tribal crop top, and a cute white skirt. Layered over the tribal top I added an open front blazer with faux leather trims and a pair of trendy open toe boots.

Jacket / Top / Skirt / Shoes




Ralph Rucci: Runway to Real Way

Taking a risk in this next look, Rucci layered a dazzling sequin dress over sheer transluscent pants (a trend I also featured in my Armani Prive runway to real way post). The "real way" I’d work this feature relieves this sequin dress of the translucent pants, and adds cage high-heel sandals. Instead of pairing these sheer pants with a sequin dress, try adding them with an extra long shirt. When you combine two eye-popping pieces together—such as the sequin dress and the sheer pants—they clash and take away from the whole look. This one is about personal taste; try layering if you dare…

Dress / Shoes




Ralph Rucci: Runway to Real Way

Dressed with flair on the catwalk, this last model displayed an exquisitely cut top over a light coral skirt. My budget-friendly take of this last showstopper transforms this evening feature into casual daywear. Adding a chiffon triangle-pattern top and a high-low skirt keep this look casual, fun, and flirty. Leather gladiator sandals tie the look together.

Shirt / Skirt / Shoes


What do you think of my Runway to Real Way interpretation? Which garments are your favorites? Let me know in the comments!

Runway images via Style.com
Comments
Great job on translating runway into reality! I love these type of posts. My favourite look from this one is #1
#1 MizzJ (Homepage) on 2013-09-17 00:25 (Reply)
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