Tomorrow's agenda: Take the T to the office, hold a casual meeting, head up the big presentation, then meet your sweetie for drinks. It's a long day - and each activity comes with a different dress code. Of course you want to look professional for work, but gosh, those "power suits" can be awful! Who feels powerful in a bland, blah suit? And who wants to wear it out after work? Enter MM.LaFleur, designed to rethink the shopping process and bring fun (and ease) into dressing for work.
Sarah LaFleur dreamed for a more inspired wardrobe for professional women, so she joined Miyako Nakamura, former head designer of Zac Posen, to rethink professional wear. The MM.LaFleur line is filled with infinitely wearable tops, dresses and skirts, all of which can be worn to the office (and beyond) and fit in with a busy woman's lifestyle (machine washable! petite friendly! maternity friendly!). And now it's even easier to shop, with their new concept, MM.Bento - a fashiony take on a Japanese Bento box. Just fill out a (really) quick survey, and you'll be sent a box filled with items to be mixed and matched, plus accessories. Try it all on in the comfort of your apartment, have a little wine and think about it, then keep what you like and send back what you don't. Shipping is free, and you only pay for what you decide to keep. I'm loving this elegant olive number - it's structural folds are unique and slimming, and it's so versatile. I already wore this to the office, and it's definitely my go-to piece for a charity cocktail party later this month!
Want to learn more about MM.Lafleur (or just check out the clothes)? Join me for sips, shopping and a style session at the M.M. LaFleur pop up shop this Saturday, October 24th from 2:00-4:00pm at 299 Newbury Street. RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or click here - See you there!
DRESS: The Alex Dress in Hunter Green, MM.LaFleur (c/o), TRENCH: Zara, HEELS: Nine West BRACELET: Julie Vos SUNGLASSES: House of Harlow 1960 BAG: ECCO
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