It's important to dress for the job you want, not the job you have—unless you work at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in which case you have to wear a hazmat suit even if you'd rather be a gym teacher. Fight the disease of unfashionability with this Groupon.
$75 for $160 Worth of Clothing, Accessories, and Shoes
Courage. b's designers create all their own pieces, including their Martini pants ($115) and Flynn tank top ($76). A lightweight and colorful cashmere stole ($195) complements sweaters and jackets on cold-weather days, and folds up to become a scarf.
Opening a new business in the middle of a recession takes bravery. Yet, in 2009—on the heels of their success with their first boutique, Fopp’s—Courage. b’s owners decided it was time to open the store. Since their days at Fopp’s, the Courage. b line’s designers have been fabricating each of their pieces in-house with looks that give off a timeless, European elegance. Their one-of-a-kind blouses, sweaters, and pants are as fashionable as they are classic. And their dresses and separates seamlessly weave into most wardrobes. The collection also includes original accessories, such as handbags, scarves, and belts. Since opening, Courage. b now has several locations in style hubs from East Hampton to Colorado, a testament to the clothing’s accessibility and stylishness, whether during cocktail hour or snowball-fight hour.