Today’s Coveted Working Look: Tahari by Arthur S. Levine

by Anne Dreshfield | May 8th, 2013

As the days slowly roll by and April comes to a close, I’ve ramped up my graduation dress shopping with abandon. I was in San Francisco last week for a job interview, and got in a day early to get settled and prepare for the full day ahead of me. Thankfully, there was a ton… Read more…

Today’s Coveted Working Look: The Estelle Dress

by Anne Dreshfield | October 24th, 2012

There are days when you just crave something a little more fitted and formal – something timeless, strong, and beautiful. Whenever I imagine those words in relation to my working wardrobe, I immediately think of a sheath dress that will make me feel good whenever I slip it on. Elie Tahari’s Estelle Dress fits the… Read more…

Today’s Coveted Working Look: Elie Tahari Business Clothes

by Rachel Yeomans | November 7th, 2011

Elie Tahari is one of my all-time favorite designers. When I realized that work clothes didn’t have to come from only Ann Taylor and Banana Republic, it was because of him. His clothes fit, they are flattering, and the price point isn’t too outrageous (plus the quality causes them to last almost forever – I… Read more…

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. New York. Gushing Over Elie Tahari and His Fall 2010 Collection

by Rachel Yeomans | February 18th, 2010

I am quite biased I admit as Elie Tahari is the designer who ushered me into the world of fashion – not Tahari personally sad to say, but rather a knee-length black hardware-adorned jacket from one of his Fall collections in the early Millennium. I was a lowly sales associate at Bloomingdale’s department store and… Read more…

Elie Tahari Brings the Every-Day Working Woman the Ideal Working Dress

by Rachel Yeomans | November 5th, 2009

Do you ever tuck in your blouse and don’t feel necessarily slim-looking? And when you sit then stand up at the office, the blouse becomes untucked and poofs out your blazer and all in all just feels uncomfortable. Designer label Elie Tahari worked its way around that dilemma by combining the blouse and the skirt… Read more…