[ a splash of Tibi ]

I know that I’m jumping from one extreme to the other by doing this Tibi post right after a an inspiration post on Junya Watanabe, but I’m having one of those lazy days when I just want things to be easy. Amy Smilovic, the designer for Tibi, is an expert at making things easy-breeze and ready to wear (literally). Her collections are fresh and straight forward – filled with pieces that are strikingly simple yet fabulous. For example her collections include: spaghetti-strap blouses and dresses in solid colors accessorized only with nude sandals, buttonless silk jackets with matching shorts in sherbet hues, and draped silk peg-leg trousers sensibly paired with simple tops. Smilovic’s collections are amongst some of the most wearable, commercial, and accessible (in every sense of the word), which are qualities loaded with their own set of pluses and minuses.

Her flowy maxis are my favourite, especially those in her signature, eye-catching prints. Personally I will always adore my Tibi dresses, but never as much as my more obscure, ‘avant-garde’ pieces.

* On a different note, when you’re making submissions for the giveaway please don’t forget to tweet or facebook your comments.

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4 Replies to “[ a splash of Tibi ]”

  1. I am in love with the flow of these pieces. I have never been a risque fashionista but rather play it safe and love classic pieces like the ones above. I only wish I could push my boundaries and also wear more adventurous pieces as well!

    1. Yeah I know what you mean because when I play it safe myself I tend to feel like i'm missing out, like I should dig deeper. In the end it's about living in the moment (sorry for the cliche) and waring what feels right to you 'now.' Maybe the adventurous pieces will arrive on their own time :).

  2. I am in love with the flow of these pieces. I have never been a risque fashionista but rather play it safe and love classic pieces like the ones above. I only wish I could push my boundaries and also wear more adventurous pieces as well!

  3. Yeah I know what you mean because when I play it safe myself I tend to feel like i'm missing out, like I should dig deeper. In the end it's about living in the moment (sorry for the cliche) and waring what feels right to you 'now.' Maybe the adventurous pieces will arrive on their own time :).

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