Designers are not to be left out of the spring 2014 trend for fit-and-fare and skater dresses.
For designer brands, the skirts tends to be shorter, leaning towards skaters than fit-and-flare. Also, the flares at the skirt are rather exquisite, with significant detailing of the pleats.
Already feminine and flattering to the figure, these designers have taken the fit-and-flare one step further.
Below, a cut-out back has been added to the dress. And, the fitted bodice borrows the overlap of the Japanese Kimono, presenting an austere visage complemented by a colorful motif.
Most of these were taken at the Bergdof Goodman store-front on Fifth Avenue in New York City.
Here is a Caroline Herrera embroidered fit and flare dress.
Caroline Herrera has dressed first ladies from Jackie Kennedy to Michelle Obama, two icons of the fit-and-flare. Proving how timeless the style is.