Don't you hate it when designers send you emails announcing their "Pre-Fall Previews"... And then leave you with no information about the pieces you see?
Well, maybe you have no idea what I am talking about... But I expect this kind of behavior from fashion magazines. You see an item styled on a model or in a storyboard within the pages of the mag, and often you only have information telling you who it is by. Sometimes you get pricing info, but often you don't. You then have to go and research, research, research... Till you get the info you are looking for and realize whether or not you can afford the piece.
But designer websites are a whole different story. They should have all the info you need, even if it is just "a preview" of an item that will be coming out later in the season. I should be able to know when it will be available and how much it will cost.
But apparently Tory Burch feels differently. I received an email today regarding their "Fall Preview" collection. And I spotted these...
Gorgeous, gorgeous licorice black buckled calf-high boots. But, no price info.
I don't want to get my heart set on these and then find out (in a few months) that they are priced way beyond my comfortable spending limit.