Introducing “Tuxedo” Style for the Working Woman
Boston, MA , September 9:
“Dressing up” traditional styles to create new classics for today’s modern woman, March VIII introduces their newest collection, “Tuxedo-Inspired,” just in time for this season’s menswear-inspired looks.
As rule-breaking women have long known, a little borrowing from the boys can make a powerful statement, and Tuxedo-Inspired style is proof that the trend is still going strong for 21st-century Katherine Hepburns. Featuring classic touches like tuxedo buttons, bow ties, and belts, the collection takes the no-nonsense style of black and white and adds a bold, feminine sensibility. With looks ranging from a tailored shirt and trousers to a provocative, plunging jumpsuit, this is power dressing that packs a fashionable punch.
See the full collection, including dresses, skirts, jackets, pants, and tops marchviii.com/tuxedo
About March VII:
Named in honor of March 8th, International Women’s Day, March VIII is “fashion for women who dare to overdress.” Inspired in part by her seamstress grandmother (who would never leave her house without her red lipstick) founder Katya Tsyganova aims to create clothing that “celebrates the power and sexuality of women.” While International Women’s Day happens just once a year, March VIII is fashion that celebrates women every day.
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