Duluth Trading for Women

What?! The beaver proof clothing has women’s clothing?? Yes, it does. It reminds me of L. L. Bean,

Shoes by Skechers, trouser socks by Hanes, pants by Duluth Trading Co., tunic and vest by Bryn Walker.

however a bit more fashionable. Did I say fashionable? It is basically very classic styling with a hint of up to date thrown in. I got a basic cotton shirt, a scarf, and a pair of career pants. The shirt is awesome, and does require a bit of ironing, some might not iron it, but I don’t like any wrinkles, so I iron it.

The scarf I do love. It is soft, and I wash it each time I wear it. (Since the pandemic, I wash all scarves and jackets or sweaters each time I wear them.) It doesn’t wrinkle, so that is a big plus!!

The pants, saying I love the pants is an understatement! These pants are awesome. First of all, they are dress pants, and they…have….pockets! The only drawback is that there are no belt loops, it is a banded waist that fits comfortably. However, if I go down a size, I can’t use a belt. The pants also come in different inseam sizes, not petite, inseam sizes. This is good for people like me who are short enough to wear the petite, but, my torso is long. Petite sizes have shorter torsos. They do not fit me well at all, they make me crazy! This has the regular torso, and the legs are shorter, awesomeness!! They wash well, and I do not dry them. I’m terrified of them shrinking, and they are too perfect to shrink! They dry nicely, and have absolutely no wrinkles.

So, they may be made to be beaver-proof…but they are also a great clothing line!


Published by Carolyn Bendall

A fashion and image expert, presenting seminars, classes, and individual consultations. Monthly makeover column in the Commercial Appeal, hosts a radio show on fashion, beauty, image, and entertainment, writes a blog reviewing products with complete honesty, and trains image consultants from around the world.

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