In just a few short years, Tocca has made a major impact on the fashion world with its brilliant mix of soft touch and strong craftsmanship. The NYC line, designed by Emma Fletcher, is known for creating feminine, sweet silhouettes in mostly neutral color palettes, usually incorporating just the right hint of hue and standout detail. This coming fall will be just the case as well, as the line proves that blooming flowers are not strictly reserved for the spring — or for the earth, in that case.
Forgoing traditional floral prints for pastel pinks, fluted ruffles, and delicate silks, Tocca introduced us to a new kind of flower power — one that's as plain as the nose of your face (or rather, literally on your face). With the use of big, pink flower headbands, the fall '13 Tocca lookbook includes a quirky, exaggerated accessory that heightens — not detracts from — the overall flirty, feminine vibe. And while it may be hard to peel your eyes away from the big, pink "elephant," Tocca's designs are powerful enough to make us do a double take. From its intricate sheer detailing to their collection of dreamy peacoat, and a slim-leg gray pants suit that any woman would be proud to wear, this is one collection that speaks to many of our sartorial sides — flower or no flower.