Local women will like the pairing of Reese's flirty dresses and skirts with traditionally tailored jackets and coats. The overall look is one of ease--a nonchalant combination of exceptional wardrobe items.
The Gist: Reese is yet another designer seeking the right identity for a woman in today's tough times. And so she balances her signature look of sweetly feminine dresses and separates with solid workday pieces.
In a collection that loosely references 1920s Paris with its silhouettes (mainly mini-dresses that came in both tiered and chemise style), Reese combines the feminine with the masculine, such as a tiered ruffle skirt with a princess sleeve wool blazer, pinstripe pants with a cropped leather jacket, and a floral print drop-waist dress with a shawl collar tuxedo jacket.
Look for It At:
Chelsea, 935 Pearl St., Boulder, 303-447-3760
Garbarini, 3003 E. Third Ave., 303-333-8686
Nordstrom, 2810 E. First Ave., 720-746-2424
Sucre, 1444 Market St., 303-825-1945
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