If you’re looking to build a timeless wardrobe, the secret is to shop for classic, well-constructed pieces that not only flatter you, but also look stylish and chic year-in and year-out.
As Arthur S. Levine (Partner & CEO of the womenswear brand, Tahari ASL) says, “The only thing that matters is the product…there’s no substitute for consistent quality, fit and style.” His long-standing belief has acted as the mission for Tahari ASL in their “devoted commitment to quality, design and construction”. Having been a top executive at Brooks Brothers, Anne Klein, and Kasper, Levine is someone who’s had a successful career in the fashion industry for over 40 years. Since Levine knows how to create clothing brands that stand the test of time, it’s no wonder that Tahari ASL is one of the preferred brands by stylish, professional women around the world.
Summer Style Guide: What To Wear, Where
To help you invest in a few key pieces this Summer, here are 5 must-have dresses from Tahari ASL, to take you from work to weekend in style. Whether you’re attending a wedding or a hosting a baby shower, interviewing for a new job or going on a first date, these sophisticated, contemporary pieces will make you look pulled-together and stylish, no matter where you’re going this Summer.
Summer Style: What To Wear To a Cocktail Party
Summer cocktail parties are a great time to put on a feminine, flirty dress in a cheery, vibrant hue. When the temps start to rise, stay cool in a breezy crepe and chiffon cocktail dress that’s both modestly cut (making it ideal for country club mixers) and comfortable to wear (due to its lightweight fabric). Sherbet hues (like coral) are not only universally flattering, they also exude a playful charm that brings out your bubbly personality. Plus, a fluttery capelet adds a dose of romance, making it a super sweet pick for any party.
Summer Style: What To Wear To a Garden Party
Going to a swanky polo match or an elegant ladies-only brunch (set in a beautiful, blooming garden) this Summer? Then opt for a demurely-cut, gradient floral print fit-and-flare dress that flatters your figure and turns heads (in a good way). A sleeveless silhouette keeps you cool (even when the weather heats up), while a dramatic floral jacquard print makes a bold statement (without saying a word).
Summer Style: What To Wear on a First Date
Did your crush just ask you to dinner? Stay cool, calm, and collected. Show him you’re confident and in control in a smart, sleek, and subtly sexy graphic print matte jersey sheath dress. This body-grazing silhouette inspires his imagination without ever being provocative or over-the-top. A mix of dynamic prints show him you’re a woman who has style, class, and panache.
Summer Style: What To Wear To a Job Interview
When you want to break-through the glass ceiling or just get ahead in your career, you need to dress for the job you want (and not the job you have). That’s why a bold colored, striped linen and rayon sheath will help you impress your boss, while making you feel confident and comfortable. Throw on a chic, fitted blazer (in a neutral color, like black or white) with a pair of pumps, and you’ll soon be scoring that corner office you’ve had your eye on.
Summer Style: What To Wear To a Wedding
Since Summer is one of the most popular seasons for weddings, you probably have at least one wedding lined up this season. If you’re attending a formal wedding (or a black-tie event) this Summer, opt for a ladylike lace embroidered gown with contrasting colored stitching. A fit-and-flare silhouette creates the perfect shape for most body types (whether you’re a pear-shape, hourglass, or full-figured), and the floral embroidery adds a sweet, romantic accent.
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[Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Tahari ASL. All opinions are my own. Images c/o Tahari ASL.]