Becca Tilley's New Collection Gives Workwear Staples a Fun Spin -- Shop It Now!
By Amy Lee
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The Bachelor alum, podcast host and influencer has teamed up with Bar III to create a chic fall line exclusively for Macy's. Tilley gives workwear staples a fun, trendy spin -- think double-breasted pantsuit with neon green plaid, a pink-and-red color-blocked duster coat, animal print dresses and faux leather separates.
In addition to polished, office-ready attire, the collection features cozy cold-weather jackets, a sequin metallic set (perfect for the holidays!), a comfy pair of knit joggers and basics to layer under throughout the season.
ET caught up with Tilley at her collection launch dinner on Friday at Catch L.A., where there was no shortage of Bachelor alumna there to support, including Caelynn Miller-Keyes, Cassie Randolph and Ashley Iaconetti. The social media star shared that the range was inspired by her own personal style and essentially what her followers like, in turn giving what her customers really want.
"It was very much based on my style and what I like to wear, what I wanted for a fall wardrobe," Tilley said. "But also thinking about everyone who follows me, who likes my style and what do they like about my style. When I wear something what gets the best response?...It's fun seeing all the outfits and people styling them different with different pieces. Having a suit and people wearing it as separates. I wanted something for everyone and have an outfit for any type of event you could be going to."
Although she has a few, Tilley revealed her top favorite pick from the collection has to be the gingham shorts suit: "I have so many different shorts suits in my closet, so when I was designing the line I was like, I have to have one of those!"
"Everything I chose was something that I connected to or wanted for my own wardrobe, so it was fun getting to basically create my own fall wardrobe for my closet," she added.
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Watch ET's Unfiltered interview with Tilley, below.