Tuesday, January 10, 2012

{line to love} Emerson Made...

Happy Tuesday! I feel like I used to write gushy little posts like this all the time, and now it seems I haven't done one in ages. So let's get right back to it, shall we? Emerson Made is a NYC-based line of coats, blouses, dresses, skirts, trousers and jeans that I am newly and totally obsessed with. Fun fact? The clothes (designed and modeled by Emerson and photographed by her husband) are made in the Garment District right here in Manhattan. My friend Duncan first turned me onto Emerson Made with this dress, but when I cruised the site further and found the below gems, I fell hard.


For some reason, once I laid eyes on those camo-print trousers I couldn't stop thinking about them. Of course they're currently sold out, but I'm patiently waiting for a re-stock. I think they would be absolutely divine with every sweater ever, with silk blouses (like this one) for work and sassy black heels for dressy occasions. I'm also particularly taken with the Mod Little Black Dress, with it's sexy little slit at the neck and cool, casual pockets. Finally, is it any wonder I'm drawn to these tux pants? They appeal to my little boy prepster side and I'd probably wear them to every party, you know, ever. With a top knot, killer jewels and a sheer white blouse? I know you can see it too.

These are the kinds of pieces that fit perfectly into my new year's resolution to Up My Game. They're high quality, wear forever clothes that I could pass down to my daughter someday.


6 comments:

  1. So, so obsessed with this brand... especially that little black dress - I think it is sort of perfect!!

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  2. I love these! Especially those black pants :)
    xx

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  3. NEVER would have thought to put the navy with camo - AMAZING!

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  5. I like to wear these fitting pants and short body shirts.online makeup class

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  6. You'd be surprised just how much I can get done in this small space but it is tiny and shared nonetheless.

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