I have the biggest crush on a little line called Erdem. Erdem’s Spring 2011 offerings are whimsical, yet edited. Flirtatiously feminine, yet clean and simple. Designer Erdem Moralioglu’s beautfiul choices this season were unsurprising, given his past feats.
Using dirndl styling, decadent and bright botanical prints and strategic sheers, Erdem has stolen my heart once again. The looks were capped with round-the-head milkmaid braids and ballerina-inspired shoes.
(Images via Elle.com)
mm More of Erdem’s lacey goodness
This dress would be pretty but predictable without the red belt and blouse. With the addition of both, it screams awesome.
This dramatic Fall 2010 Erdem dress is at once simple and complicated, something that is harder to achieve than you might think. It’s simple because from the front there’s only one visible seam. Even the sleeves appear to be joined to the bodice invisibly. The skirt is only marginally taller than the bodice. The color is muted and easy.
The cutout birds look almost like holograms from this vantage point. Add to that the immense amount of ruching and you have one very simply complicated piece. Rock it out, Erdem! Check out more looks on Style.com.