In the quest for wardrobe staples, there’s the good (but offensively expensive), the bad (threadbare college sweatshirts), and the worst (being mistaken for an American Apparel employee).
Give it a Restler.
Created by Brooklyn-based designer Hannah Peyser, the easy-to-wear collection is flattering with a bit of cheek.
Start simple with body-con LBDs and tee dresses in peach and periwinkle. A chain-print, spaghetti-strap tank slip looks ’90s fresh, while long-sleeve cling dresses with insect-inspired patterns (mini creepers, a digitally manipulated beetle-shell reflection) add depth to your layer game.
We dig bike shorts and T-shirts splattered with poms (the flower kind) in saturated purples and oranges. Wear them print on print — or not, chicken. Peyser also creates metal-tipped, snap-on collars in tie-dyed silk, so you can always make it formal.
Each piece is constructed by hand in Brooklyn and complements your best accessory.
Your bank account.
Available at restler.us, $50-$130.
Photos: Courtesy of Restler