The Outnet's New Line Redefines Styling Basics
As if browsing The Outnet weren't already tempting enough, now there's a whole other reason to shop: Iris & Ink, the retailer's very own label, is finally starting to trickle onto the site. Consisting of 35 styling basics meant to pair easily with the designer pieces that The Outnet already sells, the line was created with the ultimate wardrobe in mind. Silk t-shirts, bow-neck blouses, colorblock cashmere sweaters, twill trenches, cropped trousers, and even slick leather tanks and dresses — the collection reads like a list of must haves that every woman should own, and even though the pieces are meant to be "basics," they feel so on point that there's really nothing basic about them. br> "The Iris & Ink styling kit is based on all the core sell-out pieces that we just can't get enough of," Outnet creative director Mo White explained. And even better, they come in prices that won't necessarily break the bank: $85 (for a miniskirt) to $520 (for a little black dress). Click through to see a selection of pieces from the collection, available in full by Oct. 22.