We are so excited for our newest collaboration with Anomie in San Francisco. The black tencel Abby Dress is perfect for upcoming holiday parties. Its fitted waist flatters the figure while the high neck adds sophistication and the wrap style adds a hint of sensuality. We styled ours with heels by Vince.
The Beatrice Kimono is an easy layer for fall that will transition into spring. We styled it with our black Carter Pant and Carrie Tank. Finally, the Ansel Dress is also available in a lovely tencel and the same shape as the Abby Dress. Wear it with mules from No. 6, and you’ll have a dressy yet comfortable outfit.
You can find all three of these styles at Anomine online or in their brick-and-mortar shop.
We sent two new pieces to Anomie!
Based out of the San Francisco Bay Area, Anomie takes great pride in supporting independent designers, brands, and artists looking to indulge in ethical creativity. This week our collaboration includes two handcrafted pieces: the Jet Top & Rhodo Dress.
Functioning in two different fabrics, a drapey charcoal gray and a subtle pale pink, the Jet Top goes well with any shade of denim or trouser styled pant. We styled the charcoal Jet Top with a pair of medium-washed jeans for a looser, casual look. Tucked in or left out, the pale pink Jet Top pairs nicely with a sleek black or grey pant style for a classier appearance. For a unique, yet comfortable finish, we finalized the look with a pair of Black Pons.
Looking for a similar look, but in a dress construct? The Rhodo Dress makes dressing up more fun and comfortable. We styled the pale pink Rhodo Dress with a pair of ivory heels by Via Spiga, to add a touch of femininity. The shift style of the charcoal Rhodo Dress lengthens the body in its darker tones and can be worn both causally and formally. We styled it with our medium platform black Pons, for a calmer more uniformed look.
Join us in exploring and supporting the creative minds around us and check out these new releases on Anomie’s website today!