This was a very simple collection from Fleur Wood. I found myself being reminded of a small country town in the American south. Fleur used what looks like a country-style house as a backdrop, to add to the southern feel. This collection was very practical, which I loved, but it was also very pretty and feminine (which I also loved ;-).
This first dress is so perfectly matched with the theme of the show. I don't think I love this one, but I can't stop looking at it, so I don't know what to think now. The outfit on the right is very cute. Quite plain, but in a good way. One could imagine wearing this to work on a balmy summers day.
(left) I love this dress! Everything about it. I would buy it right now if I could. It's pretty, feminine and practical (although maybe not so much for me, in the bust area). (right) This is probably my least favourite outfit of all these, but I thought I'd put it up just to show that there was some diversity in the collection, and that it was edgy as well as homely.
I love the colours of the left outfit. It's very spring, but very autumn as well. However, it doesn't look like it could be worn by anyone besides a supermodel. That being said, it could be used as a this-will-motivate-me-to-get-in-shape outfit perhaps? The same could be said of this (right) outfit, I guess. Although this one at least covers the arms (a weak spot of mine, I must admit). This one is also quite plain, but still quite pretty.
I love this dress on the left. It looks like it could possibly be used as a contemporary wedding dress...The colour, the shape, the material...perfect. (right) This outfit seems a little out of place. Perhaps Fleur strategically placed all the outfits in a lineup that demonstrates the transition this collection goes from southern to modern, this being the last outfit? I don't see the point in that though, it's just a silly thought I had. The outfit in itself, is quite nice. Well styled. A tad boring, but I still like it.