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I just watched the Ports 1961 runway show live at Vogue.com and I felt like I was there, albeit without the pushing/shoving or the goody bag.

The collection was inspiring, a classic compilation of neutral and metallic tones that featured an exciting blend of textures. From flowy gowns paired with structured jackets to sheath dresses paired with elegant over the elbow gloves and Amelia Earhart aviator caps, every piece was more refined, cultured, feminine and ladylike than the last.

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I actually took a double take when I first caught a glimpse of these jewelry pieces that added interest and dimension to the relatively dark overall color scheme. I couldn't take my eyes off of two adornments in particular that gave the illusion of honeycomb with epaulettes and necklaces that were just as intriguing as Ports eternally romantic collection.

Rock on Ports 1961, this fashionista certainly enjoyed the ride.

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I like the show, very different. I like the catwalk

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