For a long time, I thought of this brand as specializing in boxily-cut garments favored by lady psychiatrists of a certain age, but I realize that this was an unfair assessment, both of lady psychiatrists and Eileen Fisher. The truth is, a lot of these clothes are just what I like—comfortable classics, slightly tweaked (and most everything comes in extended sizes as well as petites). It’s possible that as I myself have aged, the boxy cut looks more appealing to me, but I also think Fisher’s silhouettes are more sophisticated than they were in previous years. This puffer, for instance, looks as chic as it does cozy.
And yes, this stand collar jacket also comes in black, but of course I’m all excited about the yellow.
A Peruvian organic cotton cotton sweater with a great funnel neckline.
This washed linen jacket is a spring piece and a little light for the weather we’re having on the east coast, but perhaps it might appeal to one of you Californians? It seems to be the perfect weight for L.A.-wear.
A recycled cashmere top that also comes in a number of good colors.
A pretty-damn-perfect nylon hooded jacket for spring rain showers.
This gorgeous alpaca coat is not cheap but it is on sale.
These ponte pants look like a pair of stylish little trousers, but they’re built for comfort.