In celebration of the Lunar New Year, Tory Burch has curated a special assortment of chic designs from its Resort 2018 collection. Polished, easy—and in red for good luck—these styles are ideal for the festive celebrations and reuniting with family and friends.
The Jane Dress delivers great versatility in a silhouette that sways with every step. Made from stretch suiting, it’s fully lined in smooth georgette and features a tiered skirt that kicks out at the hem with a ruffle. Feminine and flattering, complete with a waist-whittling tie belt, the style is ideal for the holiday.
For more stylish pops of that festive color, Tory Burch’s accessories can take you through the Lunar New Year day, night, and beyond.
Ladylike quilting and chains: the link to a pulled-together look. The Fleming Convertible Shoulder Bag is made of diamond-stitched leather, with a removable tassle and a strap that can be worn short or long.
An effortless alternative to heels, the Lucia Flat comes in an elongating pointed-toes silhouette made from supple suede. The style is detailed with a center-split vamp and outlines in tonal piping.
Dazzling style, sealed with a double bow. The streamlined Rosalind Metallic Embellished Ballet Flat is timeless and chic, in silver leather with faceted crystals and a pointed toe.
Celebrate the Year of the Dog in style—with cozy knits and small leather goods featuring some of Tory Burch’s favorite furry friends.
The Barkley Sweater is a charming find, made from wool with a schnauzer intarsia pattern placed in front and center. Playful, with a slightly loose fit, it’s easy to dress up or down.
The Barkley Sweatshirt is another charming find, made from French terry with a schnauzer applique at the chest. Pair it with tailored separates for an unexpected twist or keep things casual with jeans.
For fun accessories, Dachshund’s small leather goods come in multiple tones of patent leather. Designed with lots of pockets, they are perfect for keeping essentials well organized.
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