Factory by Erik Hart

Affordable fashion is at times hard to come by.  The more design details that get put into a piece raise the price, so dressing in an affordable fashion can equate to dressing in a very basic fashion.  The Factory by Erik Hart collection spins this on its head.  These pieces have great details and offer really interesting fashion-forward ideas at a great price point.  Draped jersey dresses, seaming details, open-back cut-outs (a huge trend for fall that I saw in almost every showroom I visited), and variegated knits add impressive cachet to an accessibly priced line. 

Charcoal grey jersey amps up its allure in this form fitting racer-back dress.  Ruching at the hips and draping overlays add flattering texture to this knockout dress that can be dressed up or down.

An uber soft modal v-neck t-shirt gets a surprising update with an open back and overlapping details at the nape of the neck.  Nothing basic about this!

The cut out back and overlapping details continue with this striking dress.  Slimming seaming down the front, mesh details at the shoulders, and a slightly longer hemline in back make this dress quite special.

Variegated knit panels keep this tunic length v-neck sweater both interesting and on-trend.  Though hard to tell in this picture, the broader woven arms and back panel add interesting contrast and hit on the see-through trend that will continue into fall (especially in knits).

Not pictured, but equally cool, a black knit skirt with a drape overlay at the waist.  A great basic with extra details that you will reach for again and again.

This collection is both affordable and design-y.  Get it while the getting’s good!

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