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Rebecca Minkoff's Joplin pant ($198; online only) is a little wilder but would make a serious statement against a black blazer.
We may not all be able to afford the Chloé Susan booties, but thankfully, the trend is easier than ever to find. Check out Cloak & Dagger in the East Village (441 E. Ninth St.) for its new collaboration with Modern Vice. The Jett bootie ($385) is cool, comfortable and, best of all, made in New York.
Well, it?s the dead of winter, and we?re tired of everything in our closet. But spicing up your workday wardrobe is as easy as adding even one new rock-star piece.
If you work on Wall Street Just because you have to wear a suit everyday doesn?t mean you can?t experiment--within reason. Try pairing a silk bomber (like Tibi?s version in white or black, $495; 120 Wooster St.), with that classic pencil skirt and feminine blouse you probably already own.
If you work in the Hearst Tower Media types, surely you?ve seen the mercurial trend that is the patterned pant. Riskier, yes. But when pulled off appropriately (i.e., with a solid top), it?s a major hit. Plus, practically every local designer is carrying the look this season: Tory Burch ($295; various locations), Rag & Bone ($325; various locations), Rebecca Minkoff ($198; online only) and Calvin Klein ($60; Macy?s, 151 W. 34th St.), to name a few.
If you work from a coffee shop For the self-employed constantly running between appointments, check out the recent wave of low-heeled buckled booties (à la Chloé). We love Modern Vice?s made-in-New York Jett style ($385; exclusively at Cloak & Dagger, 441 E. Ninth St.) and also less expensive options at Zara ($100; various locations) and Mango ($90; 561 Broadway).
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