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The Chic Ladies of Reiss: British Style in New York's West Village

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Welcome to the inaugural Working It column where Racked takes street style to the next level—the office. The litmus test of a true fashionista is how she (or he) rocks her style on any old day to work. Forget the pedestrian khakis and a button downs—these fashionable professionals take the office dress code to a whole other dimension. Quick, somebody call HR! First stop, the Bleecker Street outpost of British retail chain, Reiss.

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Dema Bader, Assistant Manager
“Out of my whole outfit, my favorite piece is the Duke bag. I love it because it matches everything. It’s great to have. The chain detail is amazing.”

Dema is wearing a "Sephora" top, $215, a "Bobbi" skirt, $215, "Spritz" shoes, $290, and is carrying a "Duke" bag, $325. All from Reiss.

Laurie Marco, President for Reiss USA
“My style is very get up and go. I’m on a plane every other week. I have to have accessible clothes that are easy to travel, easy to take care of, that are transitional. I want clothes for a normal person.”

Laurie is wearing a "Bailey" coat, a "Liv" top, $185, "Travis" biker pants, $185, and "Meghan" booties. The outfit is accessorized with a "Safia" pony skin bag, $325, and a "Harriman" Trilby, $95. All from Reiss.

Dahiana Pena, Womenswear Manager
“I always find easy pieces: jeans, a blazer, nice earrings, you know, dress them up. It’s just easy pieces.”

Dahiana is wearing a "Sorrel" blazer, $310, "Dizzy" pants, $185, "Domino" top, $115, and vintage-inspired "Thea" heels, $325. All from Reiss.

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313 Bleecker Street, New York, NY