81 Poppies Black and White Apparel
Designer Michelle Weisman's indie brand is typified by modern feminine details blended with classic styles. Each of her pieces flows comfortably against the body, making them appropriate for work but not too formal for an evening out. The Stella pullover was inspired by a sweatshirt, but is much more polished and wearable. Its fitted silhouette, upgraded double-knit fabric, and pretty lace sleeves are comfortable, but pulled together enough for work or a night out. The Emilee dress is a figure-flatterer on many body types. It can be layered with knit tights and knee-high boots for a casual weekend look, or paired with heels and delicate jewelry for the office.
Michelle attended New York City's prestigious Pratt Institute design school. While studying, she signed on with Mint by Jodi Arnold, and a few years later, was crowned head designer for Shoshanna. After absorbing lots of design experience, some industry savvy, and as much poise as the Statute of Liberty, she left NYC for her native Texas. She named her first independent clothing brand 81 Poppies—a fusion of her birth year and the wildflowers that speckle the southern landscape. The brand's blend of original patterns and vintage-style silhouettes gained instant notice, winning features in Redbook, More, and Glamour and dressing cast members on 90210, Gossip Girl, and E!.
Stella pullover, Michelle blouse in black or ivory, and the patterned Emilee dress
- Indie women's apparel
- Vintage-inspired details
- Versatile black and white pieces
- Designed in Texas
- Dry-cleaning suggested
- Click here to view a sizing chart.
The Fine Print
Limit 3 per person, may buy 2 more as gifts. Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico. Most orders are delivered within 12 business days from the purchase date. Does not ship to PO boxes. FINAL SALE; no returns unless defective. See return policy. Must pay applicable tax and provide name and shipping address at checkout, which will be shared to facilitate shipping. Goods sold by Groupon Goods. How is the strike-through price determined?