Lafayette 148 New York, the New York label that’s a favorite amongst women in business, released its spring 2018 collection that will change your office wardrobe without sacrificing your style.

The collection, created by Chief Creative Officer Barbara Gast and Creative Director Emily Smith, features 20 pieces that’ll essentially upgrade your office wardrobe. The spring collection fits well into Florida’s fashion aesthetic, featuring pieces such as a white peasant top, wrap around wrap mini dress, and a playful striped jumper.  From beautifully patterned trench coats to frilly A-line dresses, Lafayette 148 New York adds a sophisticated element to your closet.

You’ll never need to question whether you’re outfit will separate you from the junior executives (FYI: it will) with looks that are worthy of The Good Wife. Dan Lawson, the Costume Designer behind Julianna Margulies’ enviable wardrobe on the hit TV show, serves as the line’s Brand Ambassador.

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The spring 2018 lookbook is a sampling of the Emmy-nominated Costume Designer’s styling prowess.

Stumped on how to include your new Lafayette 148 New York piece into your wardrobe? Save yourself the stress by utilizing the brand’s in-house personal stylist that’s available nationwide. Each boutique store also offers personal stylists, expert fittings and special cuts all complimentary.

Unlike other lines for women, Lafayette 148 New York is versatile–it can be worn in the workplace or to your favorite brunch spot. From its sharp blazers to its delicate cashmere shirts, it’s easy to create a work-friendly outfit that won’t get you written up by the human resources department.

Take a sneak peak at Lafayette 148 New York’s 20 piece spring collection below. Want more outfit ideas from Lafayette 148?

Read: 14 Looks From Lafayette 148 To Wear In Miami

For more information: You can shop Lafayette 148 New York at Brickell City Centre or online. #lafayette148brickell


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