doo.ri for Macy’s: perfect for all those gallery openings you attend

Designer Doo-Ri Chung’s collection for Macy’s hit the floors yesterday, and I stopped by the store to check it out:

There were a lot of bold prints, colors, and doo ri-esque drapiness. Karen was with me, and commented that it reminded her of Vera Wang’s collection for Kohl’s, which I’m often on the fence about. Some pieces are great, and others have weird and superfluous design details. But back to Doo.

Overall, I liked the bold prints and textured fabrics of the dresses and coats. They are definitely statement-making designs, so if you’re more on the conservative side, these may be a bit too artsy.

I can see a lot of these pieces going into the ‘wear to a gallery opening’ section of people’s closets. You know, that gallery opening that you know you’ll never go to, but it makes sense to be prepared. And Doo-Ri’s your girl for that.

Have you seen the doo.ri for impulse collection yet? Thoughts? Opinions? Do share!


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