J&j Feld Designs - A New and Relevant Fashion Line for the Discerning and Sophisticated Woman

Thursday, June 21, 2012

As a woman of style who values the concept of modesty and sophistication in clothing, I am constantly facing frustration in finding clothing that meets my criteria for style, quality and price. And I know I'm not the only one. 

Jamie Dansicker, the designer of J & j Feld Designs, a gorgeous new line of skirts, knitwear and belts, felt the same frustration, and used her design background and education to create this super chic and sophisticated line that every woman of class will love!

Although at first these styles seem quite conservative, pay attention to the interesting details of each look that make these pieces fabulous, practical and unique. 

Want to learn more about J & j Feld Designs? Check out the chat I had with Jamie (at the end of this post). But first, enjoy the details and styling of these fabulous looks:
 I love this chiffon sash!

 Great accessories change a simple outfit into a sophisticated one.
 This cape is the perfectly chic alternative to that old caridgan.

 I love this top, and look at the details of the skirt:

 How cool is this convertable cowl neck/hood?
 The back of this sweater holds an elegant surprise:

 I'm loving the little details that bring these basic black pieces to a higher level of style.

 Notice the fabulous collar of this cardigan:

 This skirt is my favorite:
 Notice the details in the knit of this sweater:
 A sash can be styled in so many ways:

Like what you see? Buy these items HERE.

 And a great belt can make the outfit. Here's the J & j Feld belt collection:

Buy the belts HERE.

In an email chat with Jamie, she answers some questions about her fabulous new line:

Fashion-isha: What motivated you to decide to create this line of modest clothing?

Jamie: I was motivated to create a line of modest clothing after moving back to Baltimore. I was having a discussion with a member of my family who was complaining that she had to go all the way to NY to find fashionable clothing to wear and even when she found something she liked, she then had to bring it back to the dressmaker and have it customized to cover her collarbone, elbows and/or knees. I began to hear this same story everywhere I went. It seemed meant to be that I should hear this complaint so many times, so I decided to try and create a small collection that would cover the criteria,
while still being fashionable and reasonable.

F. What were some of your inspirations for these designs (do you have a specific designer or look that inspired you)?

J. Many things inspire me. It's usually a neckline here and a stitch there. Sometimes it's artwork. I have numerous binders with tear sheets of different things that inspire me.

F. Tell me about your background. What were you doing before you created this line?

J. I went to F.I.T. and then was sent to Nottingham Trent University where I completed a semester in Knitwear. After receiving a BFA in design from F.I.T. in 2003 I began working for various designers in the industry concentrating specifically in knits and sweaters. I started in design earlier in my career and then as the economy began to deteriorate I got into technical knitwear design. That gave me the freedom to actually create the garment and fit from beginning to end.

F. Are there any specific details you'd like to share with your customers about this line? 

J. I would like to say that this line may look conservative at first glance, but there are neat little touches here and there that make each piece special. I also feel the clothing is versatile and can be worn either dressed up and dressed down. The tops can also be worn with pants or jeans.

F. What do you think makes this line of clothing unique from others?

J. The little touches on each garment are specifically designed so the garment can be worn in different ways achieving different looks.

F. What are your hopes for the future of your business?

J. I hope that as time goes on I can become known for my quality and style of the garments as well as integrity and personalized care of each client. 

Well this sound great to me! What do you think? Your comments are always welcome!

For more information or to purchase some of these pieces go to the J & j Feld website HERE or see contact information below:

Until next time,

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  1. These pieces are amazing. I'm disappointed though at the lack of color..
    From the business perspective, it'll all sell amazingly well.. because everybody is wearing black/navy... but its disappointing to see that "color" has come to be seen as "immodest" lately.

  2. This is such a chic, glamorous and beautiful collection! I love it so much!

    xx Ivana
    Macarons and Pearls

  3. Suri I'm pretty sure the all black is nothing to do with modesty but rather to maximize the versitility of her collection. This collection is GORGEOUS. I loved the detailed on her clothes. It is out of my price range but such a beautiful option for people that would otherwise be shopping at high end department stores.

  4. I'm with Suri. Beautiful stuff bit where's the color?

  5. I agree with Suri. Beautiful stuff but I wish it had some color.

  6. I like that the line is classic and sophisticated, but each piece has a little element of surprise in the details to make it a stand out piece.

  7. As a new designer, I think this collection is on the right track. Love those belts! Lots of versatile looks can be made for all these pieces, and hey ladies, add a colorful skirt/pants or blouse to any of these separates and you've got your look. Good job, Sharon !!

  8. i love the clothes, but what part of these products are reasonable??? check out her prices on the website.......

  9. What a great collection and even better interview Sweets. I do love some of the details in the collection.

  10. Hi Sharon,
    I am very impressed with the creativity and thought that has gone into designing these garments. They are beautiful, unique and modest. That is quite the combination.
    I often feel like I have to settle for simple modest clothes, but this designer has shown me differently.
    Thank you for this post.
    Hugs, Cindy

  11. seriously loving 13 & 15 ...not sure I can pull it off ...but it sure looks great!
    Thanks for dropping by & leaving your sweet comment!

  12. This collection is really beautiful. The fit and detail on the garments make the clothes worthy of their high-end price. I'm sure they would do extraordinarily well in some Brooklyn boutiques!

  13. Love it all - everything is so polished, sophisticated, and modest, and yet with an edgy twist!

  14. Thanks for the intro Sharon! Some of these look like my work attire. I like the skirts - very sophisticated and easily dressed up/down, with or without a splash of color.

    btw, love your new photo :)


  15. Interesting pieces. Thanks for the introduction & for stopping by for a visit. Cherry Kay

  16. This collection is very chic and lovely :)


  17. I love those looks and the great attention to details in each piece, it really makes them stand out and look different. So pretty too! I would wear any of these :)) Have a great weekend flower xx

  18. Great collection worth trying for Fall!


  19. They have very nice designs! Love their belts :)

  20. She deserves all the variations she did on the pictures. The stuffs looks great and wonderful. I love the belt and also her outfit. Perfect for office works too.

  21. Sharon, I am just in love with this designer. I am all about black and white, but these otions take things to another level of awesome. I must say thatI would want to reward myself with one of these choices once I can get rid of the xx lbs. This is fshionspiration!