Suit Up: Find Fabulous Workwear at These 4 Boutiques

By Abby Dupes | May 3, 2021 | Shop fashion

With many offices returning to in-person employment, it’s time to swap pandemic apparel for powerful pieces that make a statement. Here, find stores full of pieces that exude boss-level vibes.

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Peri.A
Turn heads at the water cooler with this LA-based boutique. Daring pieces are juxtaposed with conservative styles—think whimsical jewelry and accessories, pop-inspired prints and suits made with unexpected jewel detailing. To accessorize, complete the look with Bea Bongiasca Flower Power hoops, which feature an array of vibrant hues and are topped with marquise cut blue topaz or crystals. 520 E. Durant St., 970.925.1692, peri-a.com

Zegna
At this classic menswear store, basics are anything but boring. Suits and blazers made in the finest of silk, wool, linen, cotton and cashmere show expert detailing, with distinct textures and subtle check prints woven into the fabric. For a perfect fit, try the Made to Measure experience where customers attend a private one to one meeting with a style advisor to discover their new favorite ensemble. 211 S. Galena St., 970.544.4989, zegna.com

Gorsuch
Business casual has never looked better with Grosuch’s vast collection of separates. With summer coming soon, a breezy office look is best. To get the look, pair any of the colorful linen blazers with the chic Joy gabardine pants. Choose a fresh footwear option like the Tori suede slingback heel to compliment the jacket’s hue. 419 E. Cooper Ave., 970.925.7576, gorsuch.com

rag & bone
Known for its effortless urban style, this brand blends classic craftsmanship with contemporary design. Take inspiration from Aspen’s easy-going vibe by slipping into the relaxed Studio jersey trousers and tailored Claudia or Slade blazers. Don’t forget to complete the powerful fit with one of rag & bone’s signature leather handbags, the Passenger Tote. 433 E. Hyman Ave., 970.925.2816, rag-bone.com



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