– when a garment feels like it holds you in a bit. Particularly for fitted pieces we sometimes wear certain undergarments to make us feel “together, the pull-in is reminiscent of that. Garments that have “pull-in” might be made of a thicker material or be lined with a material that feels like it pulls things together some.
For example, our Sleeved Midi Sequin Dress is lined with a cotton knit jersey. The jersey is soft and has a nice amount of stretch to it and when layered with the stretch sequin adds nice body to the garment.
Our Suede Sleeved Pencil Dress is made out of a suede scuba material, it's medium weight by itself no lining needed.
– the ability to switch up the look of a garment. Garments that are fluid and flexible, because they are versatile and gives us more choices, they make for a good remix.
For example our 3-Piece Suit – its black and black tends to be a color that you can “unnoticeably” wear multiple times. The color is classic and the set can be mixed and matched with other items in your closet.
Our Lanice Sequin Set, similar benefits as the suit, but for more dressier and sparkle worthy occasions. This set is great for layering as well. See next definition.
– Garments that are easy to accessorize or layer you get maximum wear out of. These items can stylishly be worn with something under or over.
For example our cropped tops, not wanting to show skin? Wear a tanki or bodysuit under. You still get the look of a cropped top without exposing what you might not be in the mood to expose. Most of the short-sleeved or sleeveless armholes are loose enough that you can wear a sleeved top under to achieve a different look; not so loose that you can't comfortably wear something over it, blazer, cardigan, vest, etc.