Keeping its clothing production local is only one aspect of Doucette Duvall's eco-conscious approach. Founder and fashion designer Stephanie Doucette incorporates repurposed fabrics into at least 70 percent of Doucette Duvall’s structured and sophisticated women’s separates, and all of the brand's shipping and packaging materials are recycled. Made in NYC, Doucette Duvall's best-sellers include the Babs jacket, a 1950s-style design that comes in a variety of fabrics (faux fur, wool, velour) depending on color; the classic “Audrey” trench in camel, which gives Burberry’s version some fierce competition; and elegant dresses and skirts in knockout vintage prints.
This tailored-for-you sale offers an array of wearable styles—from slinky minis to floor-sweeping maxis and everything in between—all in your size, and all by your favorite designer names.
A pop of color can go far, but when it comes to incorporating the trend into your summer look, it's neutrals all the way. Our style director, Tammy, showed us this past weekend how it was done: Choose a go-to neutral dress as a blank canvas for your style, toss on a statement bag and pair of your favorite pumps to make the look unmistakably you, et voilà.
Dressing for work can be tricky. How formal do you need to go for your Monday meeting? Can you wear jeans to the office? Is it appropriate to try out a hot trend? And what exactly does casual Friday mean? Luckily for you, we’ve put together this crop of stylish picks for any type of job, broken down by category: Meeting-Ready, Fashion-Forward, Silicon Valley-Savvy, and Corner-Office Conservative. Follow our lead, and then knock ‘em dead.
Our Women’s Style Director Tammy Eckenswiller has some invaluable advice for anyone who’s got a wedding to dress for this summer. Good timing, as it's officially wedding season—which, more often than not, means a considerable amount of wardrobe anxiety for all involved. With that in mind, we've rounded up a selection of dresses and grouped them into categories to help you on your way. Wondering how short is too short? What style of shoe to wear in the sand? What “black-tie optional” really means? Read on.