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Shop Philly: Adresse

Designer destination for the city's most fashionable residents, Rittenhouse Square's Adresse is a treasure chest filled with high quality, functional, and timeless pieces. Stefanie Lutzo, owner of Adresse, was interviewed by Big Rube back in November on her personal style which can be found here.

Shop Philly: Adresse

Maddie Bailis from Adresse near Rittenhouse Square. (COLIN KERRIGAN / Philly.com)
Maddie Bailis from Adresse near Rittenhouse Square. (COLIN KERRIGAN / Philly.com)

Designer destination for the city’s most fashionable residents, Rittenhouse Square's Adresse is a treasure chest filled with high quality, functional, and timeless pieces. Stefanie Lutzo, owner of Adresse, was interviewed by Big Rube back in November on her personal style which can be found here. Between working at Adresse and attending college at Wheaton, shop employee Maddie Bailis was kind enough to model three of Lutzo’s favorite looks for spring. This season, expect to see plenty of saturated pastels, easy separates from The Row, artistic prints from Kelly Wearstler, white cross-body utility satchels, and fitted ladylike silhouettes. Providing apparel and accessories that are functional, easy to wear, and unlike anything else one might find in the Rittenhouse area, Adresse is a place for those who want to feel great about their appearance without having to dwell on the investment. Adresse’s passionate and knowledgeable staff works with each individual to find the best styles to suit one’s body and provides a personalized shopping experience unmatched in other boutiques.

Look 1:

Coralla Linear Stingray Dress by Kelly Wearstler $450

The Coralla dress features Wearstler's original house-designed Stingray pattern. The cotton/lycra stretch hugs curves while the geometric cap sleeves, upper bodice cut outs, and thoughtfully designed hem make this dress sexy and refined.

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PS1 Pochette in Saddle Leather by Proenza Schouler $895

Made in Italy, this leather flap front clutch with metal tab closure and leather straps features a logo jacquard interior lining, two interior compartments, one leather trimmed inner pocket, and one outer zip pocket.

 

Look 2:

V-Neck Leather Rentik Shell in Chestnut The Row $1,890

Following a vision of sophisticated essentials and not-so-basic basics, The Row remakes a standard V-neck design in soft and supple chestnut leather. Made in USA of Spanish material.

Denim Stratton Legging by The Row $415

These cotton blend denim leggings with tonal seam stitching at back and banded elastic waist are perfectly stretchy and fitted for individuals on the go. Made in USA.

Amber Pendant with Gold Box Chain by Diana Broussard $300

Vibrant and eyecatching, this long pendant necklace with a detailed square chain is the perfect standout piece when cast in front of neutral pieces such as The Row's leather shell.

PS1 Large in White Leather bag by Proenza Schouler $1,995

For the love of all things Proenza Schouler, this large leather flap front bag with metal tab closure features leather straps, handle, and removable and adjustable shoulder strap. With a logo jacquard interior lining, one interior compartment with leather trimmed inner zip pocket, and front compartment with zip pocket and snap closure, this bag is a dream. Made in Italy.

 

Look 3:

Citrus Draped Bodice Soft Dress by Lela Rose $1,095

Soft gathers add volume and movement to this glamorous embossed silk jacquard dress from Lela Rose. Raised, rope-like stripes add a touch of texture as they slide across the bodice and down the skirt, and puckered stitches define the waist. A double-button closure fastens at the cutout back, while a bold slit puts a sexy finish on the hem.

Lela Rose Multi-Colored Disk Necklace $495

A perfect match to Lela Rose's citrus draped dress, this necklace adds a youthful pop to a gown that might otherwise be reserved for evening events.

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