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

If We Were First Lady, We'd Be All Over This Thom Browne Resort Collection

  1. Begin
    THOM-BROWNE-OP

    52

    SHARES

    comments
    See All Slides

    Gaga let her local butcher style her and Madonna sported the cone bra, and those moments are certainly burned in our memories. But sometimes you can make a lasting impression with a lot less flash. In fact, few style icons have made classic, unforgettable fashion statements like the late, great Jackie O. And In our quest to emulate the first lady of fashion, we bring you the Thom Browne resort collection.

    Browne’s mix of tailored jackets, dark whale-bone prints, and stand-out shades of gray — maybe not quite 50, but eye catching nonetheless — make up a wardrobe worthy of the White House.

    Heads up, Michelle Obama and Ann Romney, no matter which of you has the reigns as First Lady come November, you'll need some serious fashion guts to don Browne’s exaggerated take on professional proportions. Think Lilly Pulitzer on Wall Street. Yeah, that might be the worst vacation spot ever, but you get the idea.

    Jump ahead for all the looks from the classic-with-a-twist collection.

    Photos: Courtesy of Dan Lecca/Thom Browne
    Begin Slideshow

MORE SLIDESHOWS

Dedicated Feature

What L.A.'s Most Stylish Wear When It Gets "Cold"

On the East Coast, we have a few choice words — and whines — to describe the November-to-March cold. We also admit that low temps have their perks, specifically in the wardrobe department. Chunky knits! Statement coats! Knee-high boots! Meanwhile, in sunny Los Angeles, "winter" is more like a slightly cooler extension read

Tinseltown

29 Pics From Our Insane Holiday Bazaar

Well, that was insanely fun! Tinseltown, R29's annual holiday pop-up bazaar, was in full swing over one all-too-brief weekend — so much so that we're still not over it. From December 13 to 14, we teamed up with the incomparable design mavens at e-zine Sight Unseen to curate up-and-coming brands and take over Openhouse, read