The It Factor for Denver: Like many other designers this season, Tory Burch visits the "Me" decade for spring 2011. But Burch takes a more sophisticated route—and less Studio 54—with a collection that features good-looking separates, such as an orange peasant blouse and camel-colored leather skirt, which keep the vibe upbeat, casual, and chic.
The Gist of It: Her version of '70s silhouettes combined with bold color—think canary yellow and bright orange—and a neutral palette of white, cream, and brown is on-trend but still wearable. Look for key items like peasant blouses, short shorts, A-line and button-front skirts (with hems kept mainly at mid-calf), pants either cropped at the ankle or long, lean and flared, and a metallic T-shirt and skirt thrown in for added glam.
Look for It At: Neiman Marcus, 3030 E. First Ave., 303-329-2600, neimanmarcus.com;
Nordstrom, 2810 E. First Ave., 720-746-2424, or go here for nearest location.
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