Staccato | The Boutique Hub

Brands We Love: Staccato

We’re getting ready to feature another Brand We Love today, with none other than Staccato!

Established in 2005, Staccato is a Los Angeles based label creating clothes that are easy to layer and pair together. Staccato focuses on designing a beautiful range of basics, plaids, and knits, that your customers can effortlessly throw over their favorite pair of jeans so they can always be on the go. Staccato believes the integration of classics and comfort should be a seamless effort for each and every piece of clothing–that sounds about right up your customer’s alley, doesn’t it?

We’re excited to show you seven of Staccato’s newest pieces, and we have a feeling that you’ll be impressed with what you see!

Staccato | The Boutique Hub

#15238D -100% Rayon – S,M,L/2,2,2 $12.75

Staccato | The Boutique Hub

#16605C – 100% Rayon – S,M,L/2,2,2 $12.25

Staccato | The Boutique Hub

#42170D – 100% Rayon – S,M,L/2,2,2 $12.75

Staccato | The Boutique Hub

#15322S – 100% Rayon – S,M,L/2,2,2 $12.25

Staccato | The Boutique Hub

#16710 – 100% Rayon – S,M,L/2,2,2 $13.75

Staccato | The Boutique Hub

#17015 100% Polyester – S,M,L/2,2,2 $12.75

Staccato | The Boutique Hub

#16888A – 100% Rayon – S,M,L/2,2,2 $17.75

No minimum order amount. All styles comes in a pack of 6. Mostly 2-2-2, sometimes 3-3

Unfortunately, Staccato does not have plus sizes available; however, their items typically tend to run a bit larger than normal, so your customers can size themselves accordingly.

If you’ll be in Atlanta this week for The Boutique Summit, you’re in luck! Not only will you be able to shop Staccato at our Vendor Marketplace, but you’ll be able to schedule an appointment with them in their Atlanta Apparel showroom, Booth #4-370 (4th floor). Please contact Bernard to make a you market appointment by phone (323-473-7771 ext 114) or by email.

To place an online order, you can do so at Staccato’s website.

Jessie Jarvis
Jessie Jarvis
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Jessie is in charge of Special Projects at The Hub, where she does a little bit of everything--planning events, PR, and writing about fashion and market trends. She and her husband live on an Idaho ranch, with their son, where her fashion's form and function meet.