Local Fashionista Behind Main Line Fashion Week: Patricia Maristch

Is there really such a thing as too many fit-and-flair dresses in a girl’s wardrobe?



Patricia Maristch (Unionville)
Owner, Piqued Public Relations

Personal style: Polished, modern prep.

Favorite designers: Those who aren’t afraid to be vibrant with their collections—like Trina Turk, Tory Burch, Kate Spade, DVF and Lilly Pulitzer.

Spring trends she’s looking forward to: Full skirts. I’m happy they’re still having a moment.

Style icon: Olivia Palermo, who has fun with fashion while always remaining classic.

Go-to casual outfit for a Saturday out:  I typically reach for colored denim by Paige, with a cropped tweed jacket by Milly and a pair of J.Crew ballet flats.

Go-to outfit for a Saturday night in the city: I can’t get enough of a good fit-and-flare dress, accessorized with a belt and a pair of feminine heels from Kate Spade.

Splurges: A designer handbag can last a lifetime. I recently splurged on a vintage Chanel.

Favorite thing in her closet: I cherish my namesake great-grandmother’s diamond engagement ring. I wear it daily and consider it a good-luck charm.

Favorite local shops: Posh Collections in Malvern, Blink in West Chester, ViVi G Shoes in Wayne.

Maristch is behind the inaugural Main Line Fashion Week March 1-7 at Sweetwater Farm in Glen Mills. Visit mlfashionweek.com.

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