'40s-inspired silhouettes, menswear fabrics, and voluminous shapes tailored to flatter curves.
Polished looks for women who typically wear sizes 14W-22W.
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Our fictional heroines are back to show off Part 3 of our summer collection—and we have a new leading lady in the mix. Whose style will you channel?
Goal: For now, making partner. Someday, the Supreme Court.
DRESS CODE: Business casual.She steps it up when she’s at trial.
For when her calendar shows back-to-back meetings, but she’s dreaming of Paris.
When she’s catching a train to Montauk after work, she reaches for this versatile, tunic-inspired top.
In her impressive collection of power suits, this striped set is Samantha’s current favorite.
Samantha always believed that navy and black was an underrated color combination.
On casual Fridays, she prefers her tops untucked.
Goal: To become a pioneer in sustainable architecture—and to complete projects on every continent. Yes, even Antarctica.
DRESS CODE: Creative casual. Has a sharp sense for design details, and wants to convey a sense of authority. She is the final word.
When she’s feeling bold: stripes on stripes.
For travel days, she requires a relaxed silhouette from top to bottom.
A statement accessory pairs well with a glass of rosé at cocktail hour.
Ever the design guru, Clara appreciates an accessory that can transform her whole look.
Thanks to these separates, dressing for Summer Fridays is a breeze.
Goal: To change the way women are portrayed in ads—and to make a ton of money.
DRESS CODE: Creative-business.Strikes a balance between “executive presence” and playfulness.
When she’s presenting, Catherine wants an outfit as impactful as her pitch.
The full skirt of this dress was made for the dance floor—until then, a structured blazer makes it office-appropriate.
A crisp tee shows off the cinched waist of Catherine’s favorite new skirt.
Catherine loves a monochrome look—and thin stripes add texture to the ensemble.
She rings in Friday with this streamlined combination of crisp tee and cropped trousers.
Goal: To solve the student debt crisis and overhaul the education system. No big deal.
DRESS CODE: Business casual.Adds flair for important meetings.
Lightweight, breathable separates: Ana’s answer to sweltering D.C. summers.
This twirl-worthy number transitions seamlessly from office to fundraising gala.
A T-shirt-inspired dress gets an hourglass silhouette with the addition of a belt.
Sleek, printed top + waist-defining skirt = perfect presentation outfit.
This striped tunic looks as sharp in a conference room as it will at a dinner party later.
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