The new "Best Dressed" feature in Tory's Style Guide section of the Tory Burch website highlights a cross-section of the successful brand's diverse fans, from her socialite friends to Japanese tastemakers and street style bloggers.
Tory Burch has carried her eponymous clothing line to the heights of popularity that mirrors her own image in many ways -- the petite blonde seems friendly but posh, low-maintenance but high-class, and that mix has attracted all sorts of women to her stuff. The line-up of "Best Dressed" Tory Burch wearers profiled on the website epitomizes that versatility.
Street style blogger Hanneli Mustaparta leads off in a Tory Burch floral wrap skirt, followed by Japanese Vogue editor Shizue Hamano, fellow stylish socialites Rebecca de Ravenel and Amanda Brooks, jewelry designer Genevieve Jones, stylist Samira Nasr and Tory Burch designer Som Sikhounmuong sporting their own self-styled Tory Burch garb. With residences spanning New York, the Bahamas and Tokyo, the tastemakers dish on their perfect days and pet charities, as well as their take on the Tory Burch look.
We love the democracy of bloggers among aristocracy (Rebecca de Ravenel is the daughter of a Marquis) that Tory Burch is smart enough to play around with. Tory's Style Guide mirrors a fashion magazine editorial, also features the wish lists of a few more glitterati "guest editors" like Ivanka Trump, Teen Vogue's Amy Astley, as well as Tory's own Twitter feed.