Zachary’s Smile — Manhattan's ranking retro outfitter — has been outfitting chic thriftsters in new and vintage clothing and jewelry since 2002. The brand’s gorgeously curated secondhand boutiques in NYC’s West Village and Noho neighborhoods offer hand-selected secondhand finds as well as dresses, blazers and more from White Label: Zachary’s very own line of vintage-inspired clothing. Regardless of age, all of Zachary’s Smile’s pieces are fresh, accessible and utterly original. Perfect for bucking the Little Black Dress trend, the line's bright colors and flattering cuts make their dresses a no-brainer for party shopping (and hopping).
Re-energize your fall wardrobe with this sleek crop of dresses, separates and accessories. Boyfriend blazers layer effortlessly over tailored wool pants and sharp pencil skirts. And weekend wear is just as crisp: Just look to the bevy of silk frocks, loose jumpsuits and cropped pants. Finishing touches follow suit, with structured totes, menswear-inspired oxfords and chunky resin bangles. Even home decor makes an appearance, with a selection of luxe sateen bedding, sparkling glassware and cozy pillows and throws.
Don’t follow trends, set them. Retro details lend these dresses and separates a one-of-a-kind vibe. Look to tops and tanks rendered in pretty florals or billowy embroidered silk chiffon, or go mod in a 1960’s-inspired wool frock. Our selection of pants, with standouts like the striped wide-leg style and pleated cropped option, are equally bold.
The long and short of it: our selection has all the skirts you’ll love wearing this fall. Add colorful tights to basic black skirts, like Eva Franco’s ruffled knit style or Marni’s shirred tweed option, or lend an edge to this crop of denim and woven minis with a tough pair of boots. And warm up colorful desk-to-date silk styles with your favorite knits.
Give your little black dress some competition with the vintage-inspired frocks from Manhattan’s favorite retro outfitter. Stripes get a fresh — and flattering — revamp in this selection’s Kaliska dress, which has diagonal black-and-white stripes at the bodice and alternating horizontal and vertical stripes from the waist down. And the Sammie frock gives the illusion of mixed-and-matched separates with its low-cut sleeveless top tied over an attached skirt.