many of you have heard me say one of the best aspects of blogging is the people i meet. and the brands i am introduced to like Misook an upscale designer knitwear company that zero in on elegant and interchangeable separates.
in the early part of march i flew down to dallas, tx, Misook headquarters, to work on their spring campaign and learn first-hand what a truly remarkable company this is. first off, I was impressed that all their knit garments are washable, fade resistant, and wrinkle-free. guess what’s going into my suitcase when i travel?
next, was the fact their no-cling knits flatter all body types and come in sizes that range from XS – 3X. plus, each and every piece of knitwear can be hung on a hanger. that’s right. due to utilizing the latest technology in knitwear machinery each piece is individually knit, eliminating problematic stretching and warping. this is one reason Misook has gained a loyal base of customers and has remained successful for 30 years. and they offer jackets, and dusters, tanks, and pants. there’s even a nice selection of wovens to choose from. the designs are trend-conscious without being trend-driven. a company after my own heart.
today, i’m kicking off special occasion season (spring is jam-packed with weddings, graduations, holidays, showers) wearing a fantastic multi-stitch dress with matching coat that’s as comfortable as it is chic. it’s loaded with subtle details and a neutral color scheme with the softest hint of pink interwoven throughout. several photos zoom in on the outfit to take a closer look at the beautiful pattern play on both the dress and coat. and while i’ve paired the two together for today’s ootd (yes, this is the outfit i’m wearing on easter sunday) this dress and jacket can be worn separately. that’s what i love best about separates – there’s versatility galore.
have i piqued your curiosity yet? i thought as much. what are you waiting for? take a look at this amazing brand, Misook, for yourself. there’s so much to love. i’ve also linked several other items that caught my eye.
A big thank you to Misook for this sponsored post. And thank you lovely readers for supporting the brands that allow me to bring fresh ideas daily.