Boutique on 57 Sample Sale Review 4/6

7 April 2011

Though the Boutique on 57 promotional effort has centered around the shoe offerings (Jimmy Choo, Ugg, etc.), the clothes are actually the most interesting thing here. The prices aren’t cheap, but the pieces are classic and, if you have a little to spend, the investments might be worthwhile. Boutique on 57 Sample Sale Review 4/6

Case in point: a beautiful camel-colored strapless MaxMara wool dress for $550. Pair it with a grey blazer for work, a prim cardigan for dinner with the significant other’s parents, or a statement necklace for a night out. Need something more unequivocally evening? Go for a See by Chloe little black dress ($495), plain up top, with a skirt enlivened by a subtle bow. More whimsical pieces are also on offer: take a cheery floral Moschino blazer ($250) for a spring color pop. Or what about a beautiful striped Biba skirt in muted greens and browns. Full and pleated, it’s both subtle and a statement.

Of course, the shoe selection isn’t bad either. We spotted a pair of black satin open-toed Mary Jane Manolos straight from The Vogue Closet, and a steal at $275. A pair of brown perforated leather slouchy boots ($110) were so classic, we were beyond shocked to realize they were Uggs. There’s also a nice selection of bags, including several Pradas. The best deal is likely a classic black nylon bucket tote for $599.

Leila Cohan-Miccio 

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