Today I’m excited to share a recent collaboration with MM.LaFleur. MM.LaFleur is the premier direct-to-consumer wardrobe solution for the professional woman. MM’s core mission is simple: to take the work out of dressing for work. Not only does MM create incredible corporate pieces, but they also have MM Bento Boxes, which are made for the busy professional woman.
The Bento Box provides the professional woman with a new way to shop by developing a system whereby a handpicked selection of looks are delivered to the customer’s home free of charge.
When you sign up for the Bento Box, you’re asked a series of questions that enables the MM.LaFleur team to better understand your style and personality. After you submit your answers, the style team sends you an MM Bento Box that is specific to you. It includes wardrobe staples and accessories to complete the look. It’s targeted for professional woman, with the idea of helping her build her ideal work wardrobe with minimal effort. Not everyone enjoys shopping for work or has time to plan an office-appropriate outfit each morning. With the introduction of its “non-shopping” model, MM takes the “work” out of shopping for work and makes getting dressed an easy and empowering experience.
When my Bento Box arrived I received two dresses, the Nisa and the Sarah. The dresses were work appropriate and flattering to my petite figure. Two of my favorite pieces were the Winfrey top and the Soho skirt. They’re a soft jersey knit fabric that’s also flattering to my natural curves. Keep your eyes out for this look on Friday! I also received the Angelique and the Scattered Stone Necklace; two accessories that are key to any work wardrobe.
After trying on all the pieces, you decide what you want to keep. Any items that don’t work for you, simply return with the pre-paid label. The Bento Box is a great way to start building your work wardrobe without the hassle of trying on work dresses on your next shopping trip.
Use the code CORPORATECATWALK for a free copy of Wear to Work with their first Bento Box. If you’ve ever torn your closet apart in a state of early-morning outfit angst, this book is for you. We know how hard it can be to shop for work and to balance personal style with the sartorial codes of the office. Our advice? Get a uniform! In this manifesto, we’ll show you how to build a career-making wardrobe in four delightful steps.
Thank you MM. LaFleur for sponsoring this post!
Photos by Lydia Hudgens