Tadashi Shoji's Fall 2014 collection was inspired by a moonlit fantasy with tales of enchantment. Or was it inspired by the Game of Thrones? Either way, Mr. Shoji, the King of Lace, created an endlessly exciting collection with rich hues, lace elements, and elaborate design details. The overall look conveyed romance and sophistication. And for the first time, Tadashi Shoji took a turn for modest fashion with covered arms and full linings.
P.S - I had a very audible reaction to what you're about to see. And let's just say I now understand why my husband screams during sports.
Let's talk lace. Every single lace or sheer dress that went down on his runway was fully lined. It was actually kind of refreshing. It also fully demonstrated that lining, in fact, can be sexy!
This beautiful, floor length cape paired with the ivory dress, really tugged at my heart. I bought my very first cape in 2002- it was a camel hued wool cape with brown leather buckles at the neck. I received so many compliments on it but figured one cape for the wardrobe was enough. But not anymore! Tadashi Shoji's crewel embroidered goddess cape was a complete knockout.
Check out Tadashi Shoji's complete Fall/Winter 2014 collection below.