Work/Weekend: 2 Ways to Wear the Doo.Ri for Macy’s Abstract-Print Coat

Punch up your outfit any day of the week with this bold alternative to the standard black pea coat.

At Work

Here, a muted pastel skirt-top combo is the perfect canvas over which to layer pops of concentrated color. Keeping the shoes conservative and the jewelry minimal lets the deep fuchsia bag do all the talking.

Signature spade studs, $38 at Kate Spade; Steffen Schraut ruffled silk top, $270 at Stylebop; small Bayswater satchel in mulberry, $1,100 at Intermix; Arturo Chiang patent leather pumps, $69 at Lord & Taylor; J.Crew No. 2 pencil skirt in light rose, $110 at J.Crew.


On the Weekend

weekend look

Look polished yet laid-back for brunch in Georgetown and a bit of museum hopping with this quirky-preppy combo. On top, contrasting patterns are a-okay when done in the same color palette. Dark, relaxed-fit denim and royal blue suede slippers keep the look classic without veering too patriotic, and an oversize chain-link bracelet is a fun finishing touch.

Dolman-sleeve striped shirt, $19.50 at Old Navy; blue suede slipper, $69.95 at Steve Madden; Lorne skinny true blue jeans, $59.50 at Quicksilver; textured gold chain-link bracelet, $155 at Ben-Amun.


Doo.Ri’s limited-edition designer collaboration with Impulse for Macy’s will be available starting February 15 at Macy’s stores and online. The coat featured in this article costs $89. Preview the rest of the collection here

Sarah is the Editor-in-Chief of Washingtonian Bride & Groom, and writes about weddings, fashion, and shopping. Her work has also appeared in Refinery29, Bethesda Magazine, and Washington City Paper, among others. She is a Georgetown University graduate, lives in Columbia Heights, and you can find her on Instagram at @washbridegroom and @sarahzlot.