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Take the work out of dressing for work.

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of polished, professional looks.

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Take the work out of dressing for work.

Let us send you a
Bento Box

of polished, professional looks.

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What's in a Bento?

A selection of 4-6 professional wardrobe staples
that will fit you to a T.

Your Bento Box is hand-selected for you based on your style and fit preferences. Prices range from $110 for a chic work top to $295 for a statement dress. We currently carry sizes 0P-16, and your dedicated stylist will help you find the best possible fit.

We're not a subscription service, so there's no commitment. You can request a Bento whenever you like.

What sets our collection apart?

We offer luxury-quality clothing at a third of the price by selling directly to our customers (so long, middlemen!). Our versatile pieces move seamlessly from day to night and are easy to care for, travel-friendly, and often machine-washable.

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What sets our collection apart?

We offer luxury-quality clothing at a third of the price by selling directly to our customers (so long, middlemen!). Our versatile pieces move seamlessly from day to night and are easy to care for, travel-friendly, and often machine-washable.

Start a Bento

How It Works

Tell us about yourself.
What do you want your style to say?

Receive a personalized box.
Each one is hand-selected by a delightful MM stylist.

Shipping is free both ways,
and returns are insanely easy.

4-6 pieces. 4 days. Zero pressure.

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I want to build a balanced work wardrobe that will last. Where do I start?

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Casey Kunau

I want to build a balanced work wardrobe that will last. Where do I start?

Ask a Stylist
Casey Kunau

I want to build a balanced work wardrobe that will last. Where do I start?

Ask a Stylist
Casey Kunau

First and foremost: quality over quantity! Here at MM, we think you only need to have ten work outfits (a two-week rotation). Those ten outfits should be made up of three main categories: Everyday pieces (40%), Elevated items (40%), and a few Showstoppers (20%). At MM, this is known as the “40-40-20” wardrobe philosophy, and we live by it! Here, four of our favorite MM customers show how it’s done. Feeling inspired? Order a Bento and let us help you start building your ultimate work wardrobe today.

Danie McHugh
Investment Advisor
Age: 40 | Size: 2

Everyday: The Nisa Dress

  • Machine-washable
  • Travel-friendly
  • Basically an “adult onesie” (perfect for manic Mondays)

Danie, do you have any workday rituals? “Oh my gosh, yes. Every morning on my way to the subway, I go to McDonald’s for a Diet Coke. No ice—I need it straight up. I don’t drink coffee, so that’s like my cappuccino.”

Christine Medina
Strategic Planner
Age: 26 | Size: 12

Elevated: The Radner Camisole & Nakamura Trouser

  • Machine-washable
  • Travel-friendly
  • The cool girl’s take on the modern suit

Christine, what do you love about your job? “When you’re in advertising, you’re in a power position. You can say, ‘I want more women in this ad. It’s 100% men. How can we make it more equal?’ I believe our work should reflect the world—and the world is half men and half women.”

Katherine Vasbinder
Management Consultant
Age: 28 | Size: 0

Showstopper: The Alex Dress

  • Artful wrap detailing that’s never too tight
  • Made from luxurious Italian viscose crêpe
  • Perfect for presentations (followed by well-deserved cocktails)

Katherine, how do you celebrate a big win at work? “I go to my favorite cigar bar, the Carnegie Club in midtown. I’ll smoke a cigar and order a B&B—brandy and Bénédictine on the rocks. I don’t do it all the time, but I went last Tuesday.”

Sue Dooley
Marketing Director
Age: 57 | Size: 6

The Renaissance Outfit: The Winfrey Top & Soho Skirt

  • Two “Everyday” pieces that combine to create a “Showstopper”
  • Made from insanely soft Italian jersey
  • Wear as separates for casual days, or combine for a sophisticated silhouette

Sue, when are you most productive? “I’m a morning person. I start each day by making a list. I actually give myself goals, like I need to be done with such-and-such by a particular time.”

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#inmyMM with Lawyer Bridget Kane

We’re kicking off our #inmyMM series with New York City-based lawyer (and longtime MM.LaFleur customer) Bridget Kane. The ultimate MM woman, she’s an ambitious trusts-and-estates attorney with a penchant for sci-fi. Bridget recently invited us to her Brooklyn apartment to talk workday rituals, her weekly uniform, and her favorite stress-relieving strategy.

#inmyMM with Lawyer Bridget Kane

We’re kicking off our #inmyMM series with New York City-based lawyer (and longtime MM.LaFleur customer) Bridget Kane. The ultimate MM woman, she’s an ambitious trusts-and-estates attorney with a penchant for sci-fi. Bridget recently invited us to her Brooklyn apartment to talk workday rituals, her weekly uniform, and her favorite stress-relieving strategy.

#inmyMM with Lawyer Bridget Kane

We’re kicking off our #inmyMM series with New York City-based lawyer (and longtime MM.LaFleur customer) Bridget Kane. The consummate MM woman, she’s an ambitious trust-and-estates attorney with a penchant for reading sci-fi (Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere is her all-time favorite) and drinking espresso in bed.

Bridget recently invited us to her Brooklyn apartment to talk workday rituals, her weekly uniform, and her favorite stress-relieving strategy. Bonus: We also got to hang with Toby the pup (who will perform almost any feat if you offer him some popcorn).

"When I get home from work, I'm greeted by a very wiggly Toby, who tries to convince me that he hasn’t been fed yet (he almost always has). Sometimes, I fall for it and give him a few carrots—a most favorite snack." Bridget wears the Masha Confetti (coming in May). Available here in black.

Hey Bridget! Did you always know you wanted to be a lawyer?

I’ve been interested in law since I was very young—my dad’s a lawyer. He was in the state legislature in Maine, so I grew up going there with him. Initially, I wanted to be a U.S. senator, so I worked for a senator in college but realized that was not necessarily the path I wanted to pursue. I’ve always been very public-service-minded, but that lifestyle comes at a huge cost to your privacy. Running for office involves intense sacrifice.

So you went the legal route.

Yes, but not right away. Before I went to law school, I spent a few years doing Teach for America in Charlotte, North Carolina. I taught sixth grade, which was a perfect fit for me. I love that moment when kids start to become adults, but they’re still little kids—and that’s definitely sixth grade.

"I love this dress. Whoever’s picking out your prints is crazy-good at it." Bridget in the Giovanna Sketch dress.

You always look so elegant in your MM. Do you have a philosophy when it comes to dressing for work?

I do now. MM.LaFleur helped solve this riddle for me. My work wardrobe always felt pieced together, but never cohesive. Now I have a uniform. On Mondays and Tuesdays when I mentally shift gears from the weekend, I’ll dress up a little more and probably wear black. To me, black is both professional and easy. On Wednesdays and Thursdays, I’ll wear a patterned dress—I love the Etsuko Crackle. On Friday, I’ll wear the Hepburn shirt with black pants. Or if I have to go to court, I’ll wear the Sarah dress with a black blazer.

What’s your favorite MM piece?

The black Etsuko and the black Tory are tied. The Tory is a Wednesday-Thursday dress, and the Etsuko is a Monday-Tuesday dress or a court dress. I like to wear both of them when I have plans after work.

"Sci-fi or fantasy books are such a great escape on the subway or in the morning while I'm having coffee. I just finished Night Circus." Bridget in her library in the Susan dress.

What style advice would you give to young lawyers just starting out?

Err more conservatively than you might think. You’ll hear advice that’s like, “Wear accessories that show your personality!” But actually, no. Don’t do that. Play it safe to get your foot in the door, and then feel it out. In my experience as a lawyer, it’s better to keep a low profile as you’re establishing yourself.

Any workday rituals?

Yes—lunch. I’ll clear my desk of any work and then read New York Magazine while I eat. It’s usually just 20 minutes, but it’s such a nice break in my day. I try to bring lunch from home. On Saturdays, I go to the Green Market, and on Sundays, I cook a few mains and several veggies (miso sweet potatoes, dinosaur kale with garlic and ginger). I mix and match throughout the week. By Thursday, I’ve run out of options, so I’ll order salmon from Mangia.

How do you celebrate a big success at work?

If I want to celebrate but I’m exhausted, I order Best Pizza—they quite literally have the best gluten-free pizza—and watch Doctor Who. If I’m full of energy, there are a few places I love to go out in Manhattan. I Sodi in the West Village is so good. One time we walked in, and Bill and Hillary Clinton were having dinner with Meryl Streep and her husband.

Did you try to be cool, or did you freak out?

We coolly freaked out at our own table. But the place is tiny—maybe 12 tables—so after dinner, Bill started schmoozing everyone. He came over and was like, “Hey guys! How was your dinner?” Best dinner we’ve ever had.

What about when you have a bad day? Any coping mechanisms?

Acupuncture is the best thing in the world. It really works for stress relief, but it also gives me 40 minutes to just meditate and get some perspective on whatever happened that day.

More carrot negotiations in the Susan dress.

Whose career do you admire?

Arianna Huffington. I love her Thrive movement, and I hope it will be the standard in 20 years for both men and women. It’s so important that we redefine success—it’s not just about how big your house is or what’s in your bank account. Because if you have a mansion and then have a heart attack at 50, have you had a successful life?

Sounds like you have a bit of a contrarian streak. 

Definitely. In fact, my mom used to sing that song—“Mary, Mary, quite contrary. How does your garden grow?”—to me when I was little. I really like playing the devil’s advocate, just to make the conversation a little deeper, a little more interesting. It has its advantages—it makes me a good lawyer because I’m able to think from all angles—but my sister might tell you it’s pretty annoying. I'll say, “Sure, but did you know that ...?" or "Have you thought about it this way?" I’ve gotten better at asking these questions in a more sensitive way, rather than just giving my (strong) opinion, but it’s something I’m still working on. I've learned that you can push the envelope a little further if you're diplomatic about it.

How would you finish this sentence: _____ in my MM.

That’s easy. Always in my MM.

We're perfectionists who sometimes spill on our clothes.

At MM.LaFleur, we’re a diverse team of talented designers, engineers, writers, analysts, stylists, developers, planners, and actors who thrive on the unpredictability of startup life (and who share a profound passion for snacks). We take our work—but never ourselves—seriously.

Meet the Team

We're perfectionists who sometimes spill on our clothes.

At MM.LaFleur, we’re a diverse team of talented designers, engineers, writers, analysts, stylists, developers, planners, and actors who thrive on the unpredictability of startup life (and who share a profound passion for snacks). We take our work—but never ourselves—seriously.

Meet the Team

The Contrarian Collection (Part II) Has Arrived

Flip the script in looser, lighter looks this spring.

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The Contrarian Collection (Part II) Has Arrived

Flip the script in looser, lighter looks this spring.

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“MM.LaFleur’s tightly edited collection of chic, simple dresses is the result of Sarah's vision combined with the technical skills of Miyako Nakamura, a former head designer at Zac Posen.”
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“Imagine having a stylist create a wardrobe just for you.”

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“My new goal, inspired by these ladies, is: Create a uniform. [It's about] stocking your closet with staple items that fit, flatter, and make you feel good.”
“Smart, sleek dresses that take into account the needs of the modern corporate cowgirl.”