New Spring Looks

I was back in Buffalo, NY, to do one of the things I love: taking time with beautiful women and clothing. Here are a few of the Spring 2024 Looks that inspire:

This effortless pull-on pant in organic crepe de chine with a hint of stretch is super comfortable and looks modern with a full-leg finish. They also come in Navy and Black—the Organic Cotton Open Kint Zip Cardigan. Skinny pants don’t feel right currently!
This A-line shirtdress drapes softy in House heritage Finesse Crepe. The Seagrass color is soft and fresh. This dress also comes in Black.
This photo shows the color off better. It is so pretty. Perfect for a desk to dinner, a luncheon, or a unique bridal or baby shower.
I love the look and fit of this Ribbed Buttoned Polo with Contrast Tipping. It also will come in Pebble. While I’ve been collecting Lafayette denim for the past three and a half years, I don’t have the Wyckoff style yet. It’s currently in my cart. I know it will be on regular rotation.
A new navy and white knitwear piece is a spring essential. This one has a flattering cutaway neckline and a matching knit skirt. My daughter Booie tells me set dressing is a thing!
Many clients tell me they avoid horizontal stripes, thinking it makes them look wider. On most women, I’m afraid I have to disagree. It’s all about getting the fit right, so the knit flatters and skims the body. You don’t want the stripes going askew.
This one-button cutaway Faye blazer with matching Sullivan pants is sublime. It also comes in Sky Blue. A sleeveless blouse or a slim ribbed crewneck pullover is available to layer underneath. Monochromatic dressing is accessible on the eye and creates a slimming, long column.
This Organic Silk Stretch Crepe De Chine Bias Skirt is elegant. The flared hemline and discreet side zip closure keep it simple and feminine. It’s also available in Black and Cadet Khaki.
The Soutache Embroidered Cotton Cardigan is like wearing a piece of art. The relaxed silhouette is knit with a jewel neckline, bracelet-length sleeves, and artisanal whipstitching along the ribbed trim.

The images were taken with Camera Remote on my Apple Watch and iPhone. They are unedited. Dressing well and developing a personal style takes years; like all good things in life, it is a never-ending pursuit. I’ve been working with women and beautiful clothing for nearly twenty-four years and host an average of 6 trunk shows per year on the low end. That’s 144 trunk shows that last an average of nine days, so I have had the opportunity to try on and study clothes for 1,296 full days, or 12,960 hours. I’ve hit the magic 10,000 hours, and I still can get it wrong and make a mistake. It takes trial time and investment to get it right. It’s like cooking, the more you do it the easier it becomes and the better the results! I encourage my women to take the time to try on as many things as possible when together. It’s time well spent.

Every Day Dress, New Spring Looks.

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