Must-Have Pieces to Buy at the Veronica Beard Trunk Show

By Delia Curtis | July 18, 2018 | Style & Beauty

They share the same name and the same vision, but as they say, two perspectives are better than one. Sisters-in-law Veronica Miele Beard and Veronica Swanson Beard (married to two brothers) have taken the ready-to-wear fashion industry by storm with their collections of dresses, shirts, pants, jackets and more recently shoes and jeans, for the effortlessly classic and cool look that Veronica Beard gives off. Known for their signature Dickey Jacket, a blazer/sweatshirt combo, the iconic American brand is back with a new collection of products full of sweet cinched dresses, ruffled blouses with neckties, clean cut shorts and floral patterns, helping you get ready for the Summer/Fall interim.

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As a brand made up of women designing for women, Veronica Beard uses this to its advantage to create an iconic line that is both inclusive and empowering to all women everywhere. Their mission to make women feel comfortable and stylish in their clothing is a key part of their brand’s integrity. The luxury line’s newest pieces capture the essence of the brand in new and exciting ways. Veronica Beard pieces can go from day to night on a whim. Whether you’re on the job or taking a morning stroll, at the bar or making business deals, the classic shapes and feminine designs cover all bases.

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Pieces like the Carmine Blouse, with its ruched quarter sleeves and crisp buttoned front, the Caden Dickey Jacket, a versatile structured jacket perfect for breezy summer evenings, the Weller Skirt, a black and yellow floral mini skirt with flippy pleats and feminine shape, the one-shouldered Ballard Dress with it’s swept up hemline and ruffled details and the dual-striped Carito Shorts with cuff detailing--and there's a matching Geneva Dickey!--will all be available at their exclusive trunk show at Perch on July 19 from 10 am to 12 pm. 2 Harbor Square, Nantucket



Photography by: Photos courtesy of Veronica Beard