Jane Mayle knows how to dress a woman (she <i>is</i> an ex-model, after all). In 1999 the British beauty opened an eponymous New York City boutique (since closed) and began selling her own line of chic wardrobe offerings, including playful rompers, retro-inspired dresses, vintage-inspired coats and tweed jackets, and elegant silk blouses that Katharine Hepburn might have worn. Though best known for her ready-to-wear line, Mayle has also designed limited-edition bags and collaborated with Sigerson Morrison on a series of boots and shoes.
If your office calls for buttoned-up attire, we've got your covered — with pieces that are equal parts conservative and chic. Stock your closet with silk blouses, A-line dresses, flattering pencil skirts, and sharp blazers. And of course, we've got the finishing touches too, like elegant jewelry, sophisticated handbags, and classic pumps.
Jane Mayle knows how to dress a woman — she was, after all, a model before she opened her eponymous boutique in 1999. Fashion lovers are sure to snap up this ultra-feminine, vintage-inspired collection, which includes playful rompers; elegant, retro-inspired dresses; chic coats; and silk blouses that look like they've come straight out of a Katharine Hepburn film.
From draped jersey numbers to timeless shifts to sexy minis, the dresses here need little more than a fall boot and opaque tights to be perfect for the season. Choose from your favorite designers, like Alberta Ferretti, Catherine Malandrino, and Charlotte Ronson, and make sure you snag your favorites fast — each frock is the only one of its kind left on Gilt.
Make a statement in singular pieces by three of the industry’s coolest labels. Hanii Y’s uptown-bohemian trenches and blazers, Mayle’s vintage-inspired jumpsuits and leather pants, and Twenty8Twelve’s rock 'n' roll-meets-1920s jackets and blouses all make an appearance in this decidedly avant-garde sale.