The Avon Top and the Henle Skirt

In the words of Forest Gump, we think this top and skirt go together like “peas and carrots.”

AvonWhite

The Avon Top

A tiny, precious side street in Georgetown, Avon Place is hidden in plain sight – only a true Georgetowner would know where to find it!  You will feel “in the know” wearing our Avon Top – sure to become an essential piece in your spring/summer wardrobe. It’s office appropriate, but not too stuffy to wear on the weekend with a flowing summer skirt.

The Avon top celebrates a woman’s clavicles, as the open, elegant ballet neckline allows you freedom to accessorize with a short or long pendant necklace. The top has the right amount of sleeve coverage, covering your shoulder to top of arm. It extends to just above the hipline and is best worn tucked into a full skirt – the lush ying to its sleek yang. A great travel piece for summer European adventures.

White

90% Polyester, 10% Spandex

Dry Clean Only

$148

HenleToast

 

The Henle Skirt

An upperclassman apartment complex on the Georgetown campus, Henle is known for its open spaces, allowing students to see and be seen. The enlightened Henle Skirt is the perfect piece to wear when you walk out into the great wide world, whether you are meeting friends for brunch or strolling through an art museum.

The Henle has a full, pleated skirt with a fitted waistband, and length to the bottom of the knee. The warm neutral toast shade looks great with our white Avon top or a simple tee. Add ballet flats and go!

Toast

100% Silk

Dry Clean Only

$205

Available at Julia Farr. Henle Skirt also available at Hudson & Jane

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