A “Bento Box” of stylish professional wear delivered to your door? Yes, please.

Or you can drop into one of MM.LaFleur’s pop-ups for a one-on-one appointment
Bento Box
Clockwise, from top: Didion top in indigo marble, $145; Small Victory necklace in gold, $280; Foster pants in dark navy, $195; Bridle belt in natural, $80; Morandi sweater in almond, $265; Nikita dress in Morse Code pattern, $240
Middle: Beverly top in ivory, $145

Photograph by Whitney Ott

Not a food item but certainly craveable, the Bento Box from workwear fashion disrupter MM.LaFleur is like a chef’s tasting menu for professional women, served with four to six stylist-selected items (accessories, knits, separates, and dresses up to size 22W) and a nonsubscription, four-day free trial—a no-pressure sales pitch. The brand is gaining traction for “revolutionizing” career-driven fashion via designer Miyako Nakamura’s functional yet unique designs made to fit and beguile (think subtle, flattering pleats, waistbands, and darts). A bonus: The e-commerce company is opening appointment-only pop-up shops, like the one at the Shops Buckhead Atlanta, to serve overscheduled fashion-seekers between coffees and client meetings. Have time on your lunch break? Grab a Bento. mmlafleur.com

Bento Box
MM.LaFleur’s pop-up at Shops Buckhead Atlanta

Photograph courtesy of MM.LaFleur

Bento Box
MM.LaFleur’s pop-up at Shops Buckhead Atlanta

Photograph courtesy of MM.LaFleur

This article appears in our May 2018 issue.

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