It’s no easy feat to blend 1940s romanticism and modern It Girl style, but Smitten does it with aplomb. Launched by a team of New York designers in 2008, this chic women’s clothing line incorporates vintage elements like flapper fringe and batwing sleeves into its collection of mesh tank tops, loosely draping cable-knit cardigans and other separates. Deco-inspired details, from pyramid studs to sunburst beading, also make appearances on Smitten’s oversize tunics and tees. Launched by NYC-based fashion designer Michael Simon, Smitten met critical acclaim almost immediately upon its debut and has graced the pages of <i>Women's Wear Daily</i> and other prestigious publications.
Here at Gilt Groupe, we take great pleasure in making sure your wardrobe is stocked for every situation—day, night, or in between. Case in point: This fabulous fall roundup, which includes such staples as silk drawstring pants from La Fee Verte, a black silk dress from Isabel Vu, and denim leggings from David Lerner.
Spot a piece that has your name on it? Snag it before it's too late—each item in this assortment is the only one left of its kind. Check back throughout the day for new styles, from versatile accessories perfect for the workday to dresses and layer-friendly separates you'll live in all season long.
You may have already nailed down your look for spring, but dressing for the in-between months can be tricky. We're here to help get you sorted: Pair a silk-chiffon dress with a shrunken surplus jacket; layer a drawstring parka over a long-sleeved tee; complement a short skirt with a drapey cardigan—you get the idea. The best part? These pieces will make the cut for summer, too.
Stock up on every basic with this bounty of tees from over 10 designers. From linen-blend peasant tops to cut-out T-shirts and curve-hugging tanks, these separates live to be layered. Start with a distressed V-neck from Fluxus, or ease into the jersey fringe tops and tunics from Design History. Enhanced with a tailored jacket or an embellished cover-up, these pieces make a slick statement for day or night.