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Full-Time Fashion

Three day looks and three night looks from three great stores
Photography by Andreas Larsson

Shopping at a boutique is a little like having a friend with good taste assemble a finely tuned rack of clothing from the world's department store. We asked three of-the-moment retailers to model looks—drawn from their stores' inventories—that work around the clock.

 women modeling clothing

CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT On Heiji Choy Black: United Bamboo microstripe bubble dress, $368; Acne Jeans cotton-linen blazer, $575; Gryson leather work bag with braided straps, $946, at Hejfina On Lindsey Boland: Octopi tie-neck blouse, $214; Katrin Schnabl linen pants, $198; Rachel F grommet belt, $80; Sutana silk camisole, $40; Liz Manyan necklace, $160; Amy Tavern earrings, $35, at Habit On Rosie Dulyapaibul: Jovovich-Hawk flower-print blouse, $385; 321 Facets Eternity necklace with teardrop charm, $230, at Roslyn

 women modeling evening attire

CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT On Lindsey: Cinderloop tunic, $140; Abigail Glaum-Lathbury cropped pants, $180; Toad Lillie clutch, $85; Sharon Avnon hammered-gold cuff, $70; Mifflin locket necklace, $110; Chanel Pease gemstone necklace, $168; Crazy Platter ring, $60, at Habit On Rosie: Miranda Bennett silk crêpe de Chine dress with sash, $388; Lauren Merkin woven leather clutch, $265, at Rosyln On Heiji: VPL cowlneck top, $207; Vena Cava fitted blazer, $674; Rag & Bone skinny jeans, $265, at Hejfina


Habit (1951 W. Division St.; 773-342-0093)
Hejfina (1529 N. Milwaukee Ave.; 773-772-0002)
Roslyn (2035 N. Damen Ave.; 773-489-1311)


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