I saw this top on the hanger and was not all that impressed. But the fabric is unbelievably soft, so it’s ended up in the fitting with several clients. The top looks so much better on the body. It’s a great alternative to a basic T-shirt, layers well under toppers, and is forgiving on the midsection without being overly voluminous. It’s also available in petite and plus sizing.
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- Cropped Pants
- Tops / T-Shirts
- Ankle Boots
- Knee-High Boots
- Mid-Calf Boots
- Socks / Hosiery
This has been the best suit of the year on my regular and small busted clients. It has a strap, but they did not show it in the photo. It comes with a hidden tummy-control panel, and has a sweet retro glam vibe. I am impressed with the “Profile” collection from Gottex and look forward to seeing more amazingly cut swimwear from this Israeli brand. Remember to size up at least one size. Also available in Amethyst and Lagoon.
I used to think that Theory made the best sleeveless sheath dresses, but after I bought this dress in turquoise a few years ago, Nicole Miller deserves the accolade. It’s made of thick stretchy linen-viscose-spandex that drapes against the body without too much cling. The front and back tuck and ruching details make it more interesting, and forgiving, than a plain sheath. A great length! Can easily be dressed up or down with the right support act.
A tunic with a tail. The draped, asymmetrical hemline and button tab long sleeves give this top its relaxed silhouette. An easy option to wear over skinnies, but pairing it with shorts is less expected. Semi-tuck the front for added structure as desired. Also available in black
As I write the blue tunic is on sale for $89.99.
I love this boldly patterned graphic skirt. Comfortable and forgiving. Fabulous length and a good fit, although it might run a little big. Wear it with a casual coloured moto jacket, add a simple layering top and throw in some fun arm candy. Looks fab with a mesh sweater. Or pair it with a boxy untucked blouse for a de-bombshelled effect.
A breezy covered option for warm temperatures. Cotton and texture rich, cozy soft, and casually chic. A super substitute for a tee, and fab on a fuller bust or broad shouldered lass. If crew necks have been driving you crazy, try this baby scoop neck for a change. It’s a tailored piece that isn’t clingy. Also available in petite.
An easy breezy pull-on-and-go frock that’s perfect for warm weather. It’s an above the knee dress unless you are very petite. It’s supposed to be sack-like so you might need to size up to ensure sufficient roominess. This style of unstructured frock looks best a little shorter, so bare those knees with pride to give the silhouette its structure. Sleeved and Pucci-esque.
A pair of knee-length dressy shorts with a fab retro ’80s vibe. The rolled cuffs and crease provide extra polish. This high-waisted pleated style is “poufy” in an A-line silhouette, so they are quite wide and boxy. In fact, they’re almost like a hybrid between culottes and Bermuda shorts. So fun! Work appropriate for business casual environments, but just as great for a day on the town. Tuck in a top for a more streamlined look or pair them with a drapey high-low blouse or jumper for a voluminous look. Run true to size, perhaps a tad roomy.
An interesting and arty utility-style inspired piece. The navy colour and functional and decorative zippers add to the industrial-chic vibe. Wear it with skinnies or straight legs and an androgynous bootie or gladiator sandals for a tough tomboy look. Go playful with white boyfriend jeans and a sassy sneaker. Or pair it with a ladylike pencil skirt and refined pointy-toed pumps or flats to create an on trend irregular juxtaposition look.