February 8th, 2006
Key Takeaways: The Iisli enthusiast can be a dancer, a matron, a schoolgirl or a vixen, depending on the piece she sports. She doesn’t dress with simplicity, but rather sports layer upon feminine layer of clothing.
Though the collection consists of little color, ensembles are rarely all one hue. Instead, silver, beige, black, grey,
brown, olive green, maroon and blue are worn together.
Silhouettes: Loosely pleated short dresses underneath knit jackets;
deep v-neck stretch dresses; chiffon blouses with
long sleeves that bubble from shoulder to wrist. The only hint of tight
is black and grey leggings.
Accessories Report: Pointy-toed oxfords were everywhere, whether with daring thigh-high socks or with long, thin scarves.
A glittery silver wrap jacket is the perfect way to spice up a
What’s Not Wearable:
Silhouettes too fussy for the eye, such as a schoolgirl jumper; bunched-up,
high-waisted skirts that exaggerate the feminine pear shape; an overly
bulky olive green minidress; leggings with everything.