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Occasions, Outfitted

Occasions, Outfitted

The Carroll St. Top is an outfit-making counterpoint, across occasions and pairings. We created the perfect hip-hitting hemline to pair well with whatever silhouette your day demands. DeskWhether solo or finished with a blazer, an easy-wearing, office-ready layer. The fact that it’s fleece? That’s your trade secret. DinnerPaired with a floral maxi, a simple-chic look that takes you from day to the dinner hour. Just add cocktails and conversation.   DowntimeJust right with denim or the season’s wide leg pant, a simple style solution when comfort is key.

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After Athleisure, Athluxe

After Athleisure, Athluxe

The days we manage to fit in workouts feel like instant wins. There are other days when we know the chances of sneaking in a workout are 0.0—but we still want the comfy flexibility of athleisure wear. For those days, when the getting-to-the-gym jig is up and we want more of a presentable look, we designed the Highland High-Low. From the classic open neckline to the eponymous high-low hem and kanga pocket, this piece has the versatility game mastered. It plays well with so many pairings—leggings to boot-cuts to ankle-length skirts—and it’s available in both our double-layer and four-season weight...

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Campus Chic

Campus Chic

Spotted on the quad: Abigail of @belleoftheball looking oh-so-campus chic in our Remsen Blazer.  Polished yet relaxed, dressable up or down and ready for it all (even that dreaded 8 a.m. lecture), it’s a 4.0 style formula.  We picked four of our #dsgoods favorites that will transform your campus wardrobe, going from class to the gym to the lecture hall with ease.  More A+ looks below!   Remsen Blazer in Navy + stylish school tote + cute fall boots = feel buttoned up for your next important on-campus meeting  Cobble Hill Turtleneck in Red + sporty jean + stylish flat = Go Dawgs! Show your campus spirit by matching your school colors ...

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Wardrobe or Walls?

Wardrobe or Walls?

Ever look from what you’re wearing to what’s on your walls and see a common thread? We do too—and it’s no secret that interior designers often assess clients’ sartorial choices to inform designs that speak to them. “Our closets and our spaces often reflect a single aesthetic. We gravitate toward the same colors and schemes, from what we wear to how we live,” says Fiona Leonard, principal of Fiona Leonard Interiors in Darien, Connecticut. To prove the point, we asked Fiona to imagine rooms around our signature fall turtleneck colors. The result? Total style synergy that may have you inspired...

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