What’s Groovy, Sold Online and Made Just for You?
Staud lets you customize your clothing
How many times have you thought, OMG, that jumpsuit/skirt/whatever is so great-looking, but that style will make me look long-waisted/chunky/whatever?
Enter Staud, a new brand that lets you customize on-trend designs when you order them online.
Each piece is made to your specifications, from the fabric color to the overall shape. Prices are reasonable (less than $200 for many items), and since the factory is right in L.A., delivery time is usually under two weeks. See the designs--and how you can make them your own.
The Sontag skirt channels 70s cool in midi-length blue denim ($175).
But its charms heat up a bit in the mini-length chocolate brown ($155).
This sleeveless, short jumpsuit ($240) is great for a casual, hot-weather look or layering over a tissue turtleneck.
Short sleeves make this one-piece ($270) a little more polished, and the olive-green color is a little more unexpected than black.
This piece ($145), which is available in maxi or mini length, turns a simple top and blouse into a whole look. Wear it over white trousers and a silk top.
This lightweight topper ($375), made with ivory topstitching and double-breasted tailoring, is as indispensable as a jean jacket--but a lot more stylish. And you have your choice of blue or chocolate brown.