For her F/W 2011 collection, Tory Burch said, “it’s English countryside meets American sportswear”. Not only does it ring true, but also I can see myself wearing it – every single look. The outfits do not only translate to wear-ability but they also look effortless in their combination and execution.

Similar with past seasons, there was an underlying 70’s vibe to much of the line. Other major trends from the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week New York Tory Burch show included tweed, color blocking, patchwork, bow blouses, tartan patterns, fur trim, and wide-leg pants.

The perfect combination of New-York-cool was infused into the entire collection – from the more playful to the more serious, the collection did not miss a beat. When it came to the accessories I fell in love. While we all know Tory’s namesake logo, only having that show in a small dose is how many of us like it best, and her fall 2011 bags do just that. There was structure, long straps, suede satchels, and tweed mini bags.

View the entire collection after the jump!


All Images © 2011 PurseBlog.com

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  • 19yearslater

    I wouldn’t wear all of these outfits, but there are quite a few that I would. England meets America, what more could you ask for?

  • shueaddict

    the bags have improved a lot

  • lisa

    ugh she always has the worst, most unimaginative collection each season. soooo not a fan!

  • Mochababe73

    I think that the floor length skirts are a little too Little House on the Prairie for my taste.
    The dress in #37 is my favorite. I would pair it with the bag in look #49.
    I am still not convinced that I need to purchase anything from her line. It’s just not my style.

  • bisbee

    I love the bags…especially that cinnamon colored one in the 3rd row that you see further down in grey and black…and possibly in more than one size.

    I don’t see a logo prominently displayed…I may have to get one of those bags. I like the logo on my shoes, but NOT on my bag!

  • Lynne

    Love the big bag, but not the long skirts…no no..

  • phyllis swan

    wonderful collection in the spirit of the season…