Tabulous Finds: Claridge + King

October 21, 2015

By Tab Byrum


I know, I know I don’t wear women’s clothes, but I do know what looks good and all the clothing at Claridge + King is awesome. I was unfamiliar with the company until my latest copy of Southern Living magazine came last weekend, flipping through it I saw a two-page article on five great ways to wear their Swirl Shirt Dress, I liked what I saw and paid their website a visit. Their merchandise is very classic but as is the key these days it has a twist, all the designs are inspired by menswear fabrics and tailoring. Claridge + King is the sister team of Laurann Claridge and Lizbeth King and they have lots of awesome looking dresses that I can see lots of my friends and family members wearing and enjoying. I picked out some of the apparel I liked the most and am sharing it with you today, visit their website here and see for yourself, good looking stuff, Enjoy!!!


This is the Popover Dress with 3/4 Sleeves, C+K says it can be worn with the belt in front to the side or removed and worn with your own stylish belt. 


Their Skirted Shirtdress has pockets galore with one on the chest of the menswear inspired shirt and two in the skirt. 


I’m showing two pics above of The Crew from C+ K, you can see it being worn as a flirty sheath dress or on the right with your favorite slim jeans and heels or boots this winter, gotta love a 2 for 1.


This is the Four Pocket Shirtdress, notice the great shirt like hemline, you can wear as is with sandals or dress it up with heels and accessories. 


Just like a great pair of jeans and great denim dress is hard to beat and this Denim Shirtdress definitely fills the bill. Looks great with boots add some silver and turquoise and you’re set. It would also be great with leggings in the Fall and Winter.


The Pin Tuck Pleat Dress is the newest creation at C + K, I’m showing it here with pants to give you and idea of the diversity of their clothes. 


All words are my own
images are courtesy of
Claridge + King.

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