Designer Spotlight on Veronica Beard
Veronica Beard is a designer whose dickey’s initially catapulted her to the designer main state. However, her gorgeous knits, shoes and clothes have kept her on the cutting edge of modern and current design. I’m obsessed with all Veronica Beard clothing! My Veronica Beard Jeans are my go-to pants for casual outings which I love to pair with my Veronica Beard shoes. Her style is so refined and unique it leaves me feeling like a million bucks when I wear any Veronica Beards clothing. She’s available in department stores or online, a common place to find her stuff is the Nordstrom Veronica Beard stock.
Veronica Beard Boots
The collection of Veronica Beard boots is so high fashion, that more affordable, sometimes copycat brands haven’t caught up with her. Her fringe booties, wedge knee high suede boots and stacked heal combat style boots are standouts.
Veronica Beard Sweaters
For Veronica Beard sweaters, she continues her love of layering with built in collared tees under sweater vests, long cardigans that can easily be worn on top of shirts and sweaters that pair perfectly with her pant and skirt collections.
Veronica Beard Tops
This is where I fall in love with this designer all over – because her pieces are uniquely and I’ve yet to see any other brand have a similar look. The Veronica Beard tops have a 70s style vibe but with a modern, cool-girl casual twist. Her tops all have elements of interest but yet are forever basics. I love the oversized sweater vest, cropped Veronica Beard top over a button down and her off the shoulder piece the most.
Shop Veronica Beard Pants
Most of Veronica Beard pants have a 70s flair with an open bottom flare at the bottom and fitted waist line. The item I’m adding to my cart this year is her button down cargo denim with cuffed elastic ankle leg. That or the cocoa hued flare pant — which would look gorgeous in winter with an ivory sweater, or spring with a crisp white button down, and dickey blazer of course!
Veronica Beard Skirts
Of all of this seasons Veronica Beard skirts, I’m most drawn to her black denim skirt and the rouched asymmetrical skirt (almost sold out) for their easy pairing with tops that range from tees, to button downs, to sweaters!