It was an act of cathartic rebellion to throw away all our workwear during Covid. After the past couple of years, it seemed like we might all be remote forever, cycling through zoom-formal cashmere-blend sweaters and whatever else on the bottom. But of course, the office beckons; even if only because it’s actually nice to grab coffee with your coworkers at least a couple of times a week. For such occasions, a new suit will be necessary. A suit from Pallas Paris will let everyone know you’re back and better. You’re rested, and in one of these suits, probably ready to hit happy hour after work.
Working women don’t have time or energy to keep their wardrobes perfectly on trend, and nor should they have to. Pallas Paris looks down upon the world of fashion with crossed arms. The 70-year-old, family-run fashion house has a traditional approach to suiting, wherein a garment’s tailoring, longevity, and versatility give it value.
Born and bred as a tuxedo house, Pallas creates expertly structured suits inspired by a girlboss who goes from board meeting to drinks and plays both parts perfectly. Each suit is sewn by hand from a paper pattern, and made with luxurious fabrics. And even though the tuxedo styles take inspiration from masculine cuts traditional to the history of the suit, they remain distinctly feminine, with pops of color from pink lapels, and shorts separates.