As I entered the room for the Tadashi Shoji 2013 Runway Show I was excited and giddy. I knew that his Fall 2013 collection was inspired by the Russian Empire and the fall of its imperial ruling. Basically it is the story of royalty ruling their kingdom and then their fall and demise. It seems like the perfect inspiration for a movie but this time it became the romantic tale of every dress that Tadashi Shoji presented at his runway show.
The textures were rich and luxurious. Each model that took a step onto the white runway brought with her a look of exquisite beauty. It made you want to jump back in time and fight for your kingdom while wearing a gorgeous dress and not a hair out of place. Tales are not easily told through fashion. But Tadashi managed to do just that by stealing you away and getting you lost in the details of lace, chiffon, and velvet. You were beautifully blinded by the black, ivory, sapphire, burgundy and deep amber colors of each dress. His story was evident. That as a woman sometimes all we want is a little bit of romance and each detail of his collection made you a believer.
Please take a look at some of our favorites and those we can easily see done in plus size:
The Tadashi Shoij Fall 2013 Favorites:
Which items are your favorites? Which ones can you see walking the red carpet?
Bonnielee Cuevas is former NYC Fashion Stylist, and Journalist with a very successful portfolio. She left the fashion industry and is a Lifestyle, Holistic & Sustainable Expert, Humanitarian, and Mental Health Advocate. She has been a successful Entrepreneur for over 13 years. BonnieleeCuevas.Com is where you will find sprinkles of her personal adventures, encouragement through a sustainable, holistic, and positive approach to fill your body, mind, and spirit with pure JOY. She has been seen and featured in (not limited to): CBS Radio Minnesota, Curvy Magazine, Adweek, Business Insider, Fashion School Dail, Oxygen Magazine and named one of Vogue’s Top Influential Social Media Darlings. You may have read many of her articles on sites like: The Curvy Fashionista, Dame Life Blog, Skorch Magazine and Zumba Life Magazine. Her passion and knowledge for style has never left her spirit, and she continues to freelance on the subject.