Please upgrade your browser for the best Refinery29 experience. Read more.

Saved! Access Favorites in your account profile. Removed from my favorites

Save Square Footage With This SUPER-Versatile New NYC Label

  1. Begin
    o

    0

    SHARES

    comments
    See All Slides

    Manhattan has a list of city-specific fashion rules too numerous to list here, but let's just say that new label Maggy Frances is a testament to a top fiver: Less is more for fall. This vibrantly-printed collection of classic basics comes from New York designer Maggy Schultz (who's only 24!), and her line's suite of tailored, sharp separates is exactly keyed to our borough-bound mindset. We'll put it this way: When wardrobe square footage costs more than even Midas would cough up, bulky on-trend outerwear seems more like closet cloggers. That's the last thing we need!

    We're guessing that Schultz had some of this closet-caution in mind when she put together this highly limited-silhouette selection: In just eight pieces, Schultz offers multiple pattern options (geometric, botanical, and more) for unlimited print-mixing and pairing possibilities. The Elizabeth mini skirt has a whopping 11 style options (we're partial to the four tartans available), and the Annie skater mini dress has seven! With our sweet tooth, we're crushing on the maraschino cherry-printed version of the Hannah shorties, but for form and serious functionality, the very luxe Italian wool Michelle blazer and geometric-printed Marianne blouse are high on our shopping list.

    Scope out the lookbook for all of Maggy Frances' space-saving, color combos — in lieu of a bigger apartment, her wares will definitely help you ease the squeeze!

    Photo: Courtesy of Maggy Frances
    Begin Slideshow

MORE SLIDESHOWS

Shopping

The Plus-Size Girl's Guide To Swimwear

No matter your shape or size, shopping for a swimsuit can prove itself a real chore. After all, what are these pieces, really, if not glorified (and water-friendly) lingerie?  The key is to not let swimwear's inherent skimpiness limit your choices, according to HeyGorgeous.com founder, blogger, and plus-size model read

Here's What Nails Will Look Like In The Future

With classic manicures taking over the red carpet (RIP, Mani-Cam) and bespoke nail salons popping up in major cities, we're receiving pretty mixed mani messages. Is nail art in or out? Are nude nails the new normal, or will we see brights make a return? Will our manicures ever be fully chip-proof? We decided to get to read