Horizontal Stripes Three Quarter Sleeves Grey

A cool cowlneck gives this striped T amazing structure. The perfect blend of style and ease makes this the ultimate grab-and-go shirt. fabric & care: •100% Cotton. •Machine wash. •Imported. overview: •Soft and comfortable striped knit cotton shirt. •Cropped sleeves, cowlneck. •Hits below the waist.
  • 82 months ago Urban Outfitters »

    Cooperative Nautical Tunic: Overview: * Rayon * Hand wash * Imported * 29"l from shoulder to hem * Exclusive to Urban Outfitters * Web exclusive Description: Set sail in this semi-sheer slubby tunic cut in a long and slim fit. Trimmed with 3/4 sleeves and finished with a wide neck.

  • 84 months ago Anthropologie »

    Textured stripes of all, well, stripes come together on Leifsdottir's lightweight sweater, as the hemline tucks and swags into an appealing drape. Button front . Cotton . Dry clean . Imported .

  • 91 months ago Bluefly »

    Curtsey delivers gorgeous printed jersey dresses that you can easily dress up or down! 60 Day Return Policy . Color: Green / Ivory/ Pink . Lightweight floral jersey knit . Deep v-neck . Cropped sleeve . Elasticized empire waist . A-line hem . Unlined . Slip-on . Size S measures 18'' long from natural waist Approximate measurements may vary by size 92% Polyester / 8% Spandex; Dry Clean; U.S.A;

  • 98 months ago Nymag »

    The Label: The Texas native and Parson’s graduate has been designing girly but smart clothes with lots of embellishments—embroidery, piping, beading, and other trimming details—since she launched her collection in 1996. Popular among young socialites and celebrities, including First Daughters Jenna and Barbara Bush, Rose frequently juxtaposes fabrics in unusual ways—terry cloth with lace, for example—to give her classic feminine silhouettes something unexpected, and a more modern edge. She earned her chops working under Christian Francis Roth and Richard Tyler. The Look: The girl with the most cake. Pretty, frilly, sexy—and forever young.

  • 99 months ago Nymag »

    The Label: Started in 1856 by Thomas Burberry, the brand went from outfitting WWI officers (thanks to the invention of gabardine, a water-resistant material they patented) to Holly Golightly in 1961's Breakfast at Tiffany's. Burberry's signature pieces are the trench coat and the plaid (actually "check" if you're a Londoner). The Look: Clean lines, classic style, and traditional colors (offshoots of the red, black, beige, and white Burberry check). The clothes are striking in their simple beauty. The Designer: Christopher Bailey went from the Royal College of Art to spending a year at Donna Karan's studio in New York. Six years into designing the women's collection under Tom Ford at Gucci, he was hired to resuscitate Burberry. Since his arrival at the label, Burberry has earned a record $167 million in profits.

  • 103 months ago Wwd »

    The designer wowed her audience by tossing aside any niche notion of what Lela Rose is all about. She has eclipsed her rather prim party clothes with what one might call quirky sportswear. Dressed-up sporty? Certainly. And still hip enough to be perfect for those young ladies who lunch in the Meatpacking District. They would love her effortless mixes: thigh-high organza peplum skirts with offbeat printed tanks; perfectly cut cotton tweed shorts with a silk faille track jacket. The designer’s slightly hippie edge — think ikat, dip-dyeing and beads, all polished to a high shine of sophistication — makes this her best collection ever. The ease is evident, too, in her latest flirty signature dresses, among them the patch-embroidered cotton, drop-waist tank version and abstract plaid T-shirt shapes, which all reflect Rose’s newfound freedom.