In Style

Black, gray, and white are all neutral hues that our brand has capitalized on over the years.  Worn solely on their own or when blended together with more bold color ways, these colors are solid staples that are an investment-made-easy.  You know they work.  You know they are timeless.  You know when you purchase them, it is money well spent.

However, get excited.  The fall of 2021 has brought two NEW gals to town.  Olive green and buttery yellow are taking over the fashion industry as new hues that follow suit of their neutral predecessors. Instead of going from summery’s stark white to the blacks and grays of winter, these two colors are helping soften the transition between seasons.  Creative fashion designers and the customers they appease are loving this new approach….and it’s safe to say our e.Allen buyers are as well.

Let’s delve into this new land a bit.  The following are just a few new arrivals we have gotten in.  Let’s discuss what they are…and most importantly discuss how to wear them!


  • Cleobella’s Caleb Pant: Ladies, this is THE fall pant you need to run to snag.  While our denim collection is always paramount, these pants are ladylike and wardrobe-worthy and just about perfection.  The cinched waist and ankles are to die for.  While the brand has them paired with their peasant-inspired blouses, we also suggest tucking in a racer tee or sleeveless mock neck for a French modern feel as well.


  • Bianca Tee:  This top is most certainly NOT your basic white tee.  The smocked chest is so flattering, and the olive-hued color way is great with white for now and any wash of denim for later.  The puff sleeve is truly the icing on the cake.


  • Gingham Smocked Top Maxi:  A little butter goes a long way!  Loving this dress ever-so-much for fall.  The tiering, smocking, and all over gingham print all make perfect harmony together and would look great with an army green military jacket or distressed denim one to break the autumn chill.
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