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The Line Style in Context

The Line is a modern and personal approach to retail. We bring together carefully chosen fashion, home, and beauty items and place them in context through inspiring editorial features and intimate offline shopping experiences. The thematic, seasonal, and handpicked assortments we call Selections offer another way to explore our evolving edit of things you’ll wear, use, and treasure for years to come.

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A Week in the Life:
Elements of a Wardrobe That Works

Photographed by Charlotte Wales

As the holiday glow fades into the cold light of January, take a moment to consider the critical elements of a Monday-to-Friday wardrobe—the trusty office cardigan, the black dress that layers beautifully, the wear-with-everything heels, the sleek sweater—with fresh eyes. Resolve to build a wardrobe comprised of easy pieces that not only can pull together a polished look at the office but also will work just as hard on weekends, in the company of jeans and tees. One model employee suits up.

Monday

Ease into the week with a solid foundation: Jenni Kayne’s elegantly understated black dress. Tailored to flatter but not cling, the short-sleeved silhouette is ideal for layering. Skip the jacket in favor of a fluid alternative in striped silk, and then elevate the graphic look with walkable pumps in buff-colored suede and a clean-lined Proenza Schouler clutch.

Tuesday

Enliven seasonless neutral hues with striking shapes and a touch of texture. A sleek update on the typical white button-up, 6397’s collarless cotton shirt has a sleek v-neck that is echoed in the artful paneling of a wrap-style skirt. Cut the office chill with a cozy hybrid of a cardigan and a peacoat. The finishing touch: Tabitha Simmons flats, with the designer’s favorite, foot-flattering pointed toe.

Wednesday

Black and white put the focus on exquisite construction and thoughtful details, like the silver-toned grommets that accent the cuffs of Proenza Schouler’s streamlined coat. Pair the piece’s dark verticals with their opposite: a white skirt with tonal banding that adds a subtle flourish to the flared shape.

The workwear of 2016? Well-crafted pieces with a modern twist, from graphic stripes on silk to relaxed knits that retain a fundamental elegance.
Thursday

Take a bare silhouette to work with the help of a turtleneck. Soyer’s slouchy version, in heathered taupe, puts the accent on its generously scaled stand collar and dropped shoulder seams. The sleeveless wrap dress is a feat of trompe l’oeil texture by Proenza Schouler: what looks like a knit is actually smooth, striped silk.

Friday

Another cinched-waist piece—an Acne dress in crisp navy cotton—has Friday written all over it. The deep v-neck becomes instantly appropriate for the office when worn over a sleeveless knit turtleneck and accompanied by heels. Switch them out for simplified sneakers and prepare to welcome the weekend.

Styling Vanessa Traina
Hair Bok-Hee at Streeters
Makeup Daniel Martin at The Wall Group
Model Odette Pavlova

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Explore another chapter in The Stories:
What Lies Beneath: Modern Foundations Revealed

A Week in the Life: Elements of a Wardrobe That Works

A Week in the Life:
Elements of a Wardrobe That Works

Photographed by Charlotte Wales

As the holiday glow fades into the cold light of January, take a moment to consider the critical elements of a Monday-to-Friday wardrobe—the trusty office cardigan, the black dress that layers beautifully, the wear-with-everything heels, the sleek sweater—with fresh eyes. Resolve to build a wardrobe comprised of easy pieces that not only can pull together a polished look at the office but also will work just as hard on weekends, in the company of jeans and tees. One model employee suits up.

Monday

Ease into the week with a solid foundation: Jenni Kayne’s elegantly understated black dress. Tailored to flatter but not cling, the short-sleeved silhouette is ideal for layering. Skip the jacket in favor of a fluid alternative in striped silk, and then elevate the graphic look with walkable pumps in buff-colored suede and a clean-lined Proenza Schouler clutch.

Tuesday

Enliven seasonless neutral hues with striking shapes and a touch of texture. A sleek update on the typical white button-up, 6397’s collarless cotton shirt has a sleek v-neck that is echoed in the artful paneling of a wrap-style skirt. Cut the office chill with a cozy hybrid of a cardigan and a peacoat. The finishing touch: Tabitha Simmons flats, with the designer’s favorite, foot-flattering pointed toe.

Wednesday

Black and white put the focus on exquisite construction and thoughtful details, like the silver-toned grommets that accent the cuffs of Proenza Schouler’s streamlined coat. Pair the piece’s dark verticals with their opposite: a white skirt with tonal banding that adds a subtle flourish to the flared shape.

The workwear of 2016? Well-crafted pieces with a modern twist, from graphic stripes on silk to relaxed knits that retain a fundamental elegance.
Thursday

Take a bare silhouette to work with the help of a turtleneck. Soyer’s slouchy version, in heathered taupe, puts the accent on its generously scaled stand collar and dropped shoulder seams. The sleeveless wrap dress is a feat of trompe l’oeil texture by Proenza Schouler: what looks like a knit is actually smooth, striped silk.

Friday

Another cinched-waist piece—an Acne dress in crisp navy cotton—has Friday written all over it. The deep v-neck becomes instantly appropriate for the office when worn over a sleeveless knit turtleneck and accompanied by heels. Switch them out for simplified sneakers and prepare to welcome the weekend.

Styling Vanessa Traina
Hair Bok-Hee at Streeters
Makeup Daniel Martin at The Wall Group
Model Odette Pavlova

Shop all fashion

Explore another chapter in The Stories:
What Lies Beneath: Modern Foundations Revealed