Maison Scotch is the women’s clothing collection designed by Scotch & Soda, the Amsterdam-based label that’s been making chic menswear since the 1980s. Launched in 2010, Maison Scotch offers basics that are anything but dull: Think denim shirt dresses layered underneath a cotton rock-and-roll jacket, elegant Cupro silk tops and cotton T-shirts matched up with skinny jeans and a knitted star scarf, and a Parisienne-style fitted coat belted with striped ribbon. Leather sandals and shopping bags, printed loafers and braided belts add color and polish to Maison Scotch’s flattering ensembles.
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Borrowed From the BoysIs there anything sexier than a woman in men’s clothing? Precise tailoring and cool, structured silhouettes give your favorite girly staples a unexpected, masculine twist for spring. Outfit yourself in dyed silk button-downs, slick tuxedo pants, and silk tie-neck blouses, and top things off with a trend-infused blazer — bright floral prints, studded lapels, leather sleeves — to complete the alluring, gender-bending look.
Chilly Nights: Lightweight Jackets & KnitsSpring’s ever-changing temps prove tricky when it comes to dressing — while sundresses and tanks may work by day, nighttime breezes will have you reaching for some extra coverage. Take on the temperamental weather with these chic layering pieces, from draped open cardigans and airy cashmere pullovers to embellished trench coats and cropped jackets.
The Ultimate Dress Shop: The MaxiIs there anything more effortless than a maxi to help ease your wardrobe into summer? It's one-piece dressing at its finest, and since the go-to staple is as comfortable as it is cute, there's practically nowhere under the sun you can't wear it. Hit the beach with natural-material accessories and comfortable flat sandals, then toss a layering piece on top to make it city-ready in an instant. Snag more of my style tips to maximize your maxi, then scoop up a versatile version of your own in the sale below—consider it your warm-weather uniform.
—TRACEY LOMRANTZ LESTER, Editorial Director