Tracy Gold Collection
As a fashion designer, Tracy Gold is passionate about creating clothing that is especially designed to suit women's body shapes. Her new collection focuses on offering her clients custom made, exclusive pieces made of the finest fabrics and quality workmanship.
Modern technology now allows me to present my design ideas to you and customise them to best suit your individual needs in a way that was never possible before.
All the prints and textured fabrics have been scanned in to show you 'life like' images of what each garment will look like once made up.
Changes can easily be made to the images, at your request, so you can see what the finished garment will look like before you order.
Clothing to desire
As women, I believe we need clothing that makes us look and feel fabulous. This season not only are the styles classic enough to wear for years to come, but the fabrics I have used are so soft that it will make everyday items feel like luxury. Most importantly, every detail has been taken into account to ensure that they enhance your body shape so that you will want to wear them again and again.
Warm in wine
The TG wrap dress is a classic and it looks good on almost everyone. This season, I bring you this classic piece in a warm and vibrant knit.
Wine and grey print wrap dress R1700
Splash of red
This is the same knit fabric as the dress above, but it's a little more daring in colour. The mixture of charcoal, grey and red keep the look toned down, without being dull.
Red and charcoal knit wrap dress R1700
This was such a popular style last winter that I've repeated it in a different print this year. This knit is super soft on the skin while the style emphasises your narrowest point and flares at the hem, making your hips look smaller in comparison.
Peplum knit top R1500
Stripes and ruffles....what a combination. But note that the stripes are vertical, which is very slimming and the ruffle detail on the sleeve can work to broaden the top half of your body to balance your bottom half. And ruffles are a huge fashion trend this season.
Ruffle sleeve knit top R1500
This season's collection is all about feminine lines, statement sleeves and texture. I played with different ways of mixing prints together, textured fabrics with plain fabrics, textured fabrics with prints, while keeping the look soft, fun and feminine.
At first glance, this may seem like a black jacket I've made before, but this classic shape has had a bit of a makeover. It is made with a super stretchy fabric which makes it super comfortable without loosing the shape. I've also styled it with a slightly puffed sleeve that ends in a bell shaped hem for a fashionably fabulous look.
The frill skirt is a great way to give your basic wardrobe a bit of a revamp. Wear it with neutral colours or add a pop of colour for a more dramatic look.
Fully lined bell sleeve jacket R1800
Frill skirt R1500
I've subtly mixed these prints by adding a contrasting printed band at the neckline and sleeve. The two prints work well to compliment each other, making this classic flattering just a little more interesting.
Mixed print hourglass dress R1700
Shades of red
Every woman has a perfect shade of red that looks fabulous on her. How exciting, when a print offers such an array of shades that it will work with most complexions. The cut out shoulder adds a slightly edgy detail that can be worn as is or with a plain top or black lace body stocking underneath as the weather cools.
Shoulder cut out dress R1700
Statement sleeves are all the rage this season. The sleeve detail gives this classic pin tuck blouse a fun and feminine feel. Dress it up with a skirt or trousers or dress it down by wearing it with a pair of jeans.
Royal blue pin tuck blouse R1200
Frill skirt R1500
I love asymmetry. It gives a simple garment an interesting slant... pun intended. This black top is made of excellent quality cotton stretch and a lace that isn't floral. Wear it on it's own or put a colour top underneath it for a dramatic effect.
Asymmetrical lace top R1200
Wear it now, where it later
It's that time of year when you may not want to add to your summer wardrobe, but it's too soon to start shopping for autumn. This month I've added a few fabulous pieces to the collection that you can wear now while it's still warm and layer later as the weather cools.
Fashion silhouettes this year are about dramatic sleeve detail. I decided to add a cut out sleeve with a frill to make an otherwise very simple dress, a little more dramatic. But, if want something more classic, the wrap top is the perfect piece.
Both pieces can be worn as is or layered with a long sleeve plain or lace top underneath as the weather cools.
Shoulder cut out fill dress R1700
Dramatic contrast wrap blouse R1500
Shoulder details are also top of trend this year. This shoulder frill works well to emphasise your shoulders and balance your widest point lower down. Surprisingly, the frill detail takes emphasis away from the upper arm and actually makes it look narrow in comparison. Just another fashion trick to make you look fab.
You can either wear it on it's own, or layer with a plain colour top underneath. Use the belt around your waist or as a necktie.
Shoulder frill dress with belt R1700
Array of colour
Chiffon is a great way of taking that summer feeling through into autumn. This chiffon wrap blouse is super flattering and can be layered depending on the weather. Pair it with light colour trousers for a warm day or a pair of jeans or dark trousers as it cools.
Watercolour chiffon wrap blouse R1500
Classic with a twist
To kick off the new year, I bring you a collection of good quality basics...but with a twist. A feminine detail here, a cheeky style there...proving that classic doesn't have to be boring.
Every woman needs a few good basics in her wardrobe. For these key pieces, I have used excellent quality fabrics that will give your body 'hold' where you need it, in fits that flatter and mix & match with many of the items you already have in your wardrobe.
Black stretch cotton top with a collar R899 (also available in white)
White stretch cotton peplum top R899 (also available in black)
Ivory stretch cotton pintuck blouse R1200 (also available in white and black)
Cotton stretch slim leg trousers R999 (also available in denim, ivory, grey and navy)
Cotton denim slim leg trousers R999
Ivory cotton stretch wide leg trousers R999 (also available in black, denim, grey and navy)
Brighten up navy
Navy is a fabulous neutral, especially when combined with a complementary colour. The pops of coral brighten up the dress perfectly. Wear it with either a navy, ivory or nude shoe to finish off the look.
Navy and coral print wrap dress R1700.
This wrap skirt proves that the classic combo of ivory and black can make quite a statement. Either keep it neutral or add a bright colour top, jacket or accessory to give it the wow factor.
Ivory and black wrap skirt R1500
Black cotton stretch top with a collar R899
Ivory cotton stretch pin tuck blouse R1200
Dress in denim
This style was such a hit last year that I had to repeat it in this fabulous chambray print. Wear it as a dress or a summer jacket for casual or daywear.
Denim shirt dress R1700
Denim belt R250
I am in love with retro at the moment, but retro doesn't have to mean you look like you are stuck in the 70's. This print combined with a classic wrap top is a fabulous addition to your summer wardrobe.
Retro classic wrap top R1500
Water and wine
The wrap dress with a collar is by far one of my most popular styles. This print is summery enough to make you feel cool, but dramatic enough for a semi-formal evening event.
Water and wine wrap dress R1700
Shimmer and shine
Need something for the evening? I have no doubt that this top will make a statement. The edgy design and fabric is off-set with the feminine bow detail.
Shimmer off the shoulder bow top R1500