Just how dreamy is YSTR's Seraphine Ruffle Top? Obsessed would be an understatement.
YSTR's minimalist design is so on-point with the brand's aesthetic.
Not only are the clothes themselves beautiful, but YSTR's cut-to-order technology allows them to cut down on fashion waste. They only carry limited runs of each fabric so as to keep their collections fresh and to avoid having leftovers. In addition to their eco-friendly mission, YSTR is also an advocate for timeless style. Just as it says on their website: “Clothes you’ll love, inspired by yesterday & tailored for the modern era.” Though I enjoy test-driving the latest trends, there’s something to be said about a statement piece you can wear for years and years to come.
We take inspiration from vintage silhouettes and classic styles from the 20th century, then tailor them to fit the modern era. This design approach allows us to make sure every YSTR piece becomes a favorite staple in your wardrobe that will never go out of style.I was lucky enough to snag a piece (or two) from YSTR’s debut collections and I have to say I’m already a fan. Upon opening my package, I was super impressed with the attention to detail and high-quality craftsmanship. Unlike mass-produced clothing, the Seraphine Ruffle Top felt incredibly special and one-of-a-kind. I’ve already worn it on a few occasions, and I couldn’t be more pleased with how versatile it is. While the ruffles are a bit on the dramatic side, there’s still something incredibly effortless and classic about the style. I can’t wait to wear it with high-waisted black jeans next!
I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite YSTR pieces below — definitely take a look at their website + keep an eye out for their upcoming September collection!
Afternoons spent on the Upper East Side call for your Sunday best. I couldn't be more pleased with how the Seraphine Ruffle Top ended up looking teamed with my summery Scotch & Soda skirt and Madewell sandals.
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What’s your favorite piece(s) from YSTR? Let me know in the comments below!