Dickey

OK, when you heard the word “Dickey”
in regards to a garment,
you think:

Howard Wolowitz — Big Bang Theory, right?

Veronica Beard asks you to reconsider…veronica-beard HADLEY MOTO DICKEY JACKET WITH BLACK SCUBA TURTLENECK $795Big Bang Theory DickeyThe invention of the dickey was to make the bosom front of a full dress shirt a separate entity in itself, like the detachable collar, so it could be laundered and starched more easily than a traditional shirt with the bosom attached. The use of the dickey was considered bad style by traditionalists and had fallen out of use but shirts with an attached bosom are now rare in themselves since traditional evening dress is no longer regularly worn. (wikipedia)

veronica-beard HADLEY MOTO DICKEY JACKET WITH BLACK SCUBA TURTLENECK $795 person veronica-beard HADLEY MOTO DICKEY JACKET WITH BLACK SCUBA TURTLENECK $795 person back

The Jacket

The first piece of the Veronica Beard uniform was the signature Jacket. The genius behind it, is the interchangeable sweater insert. Lovingly refer to this insert as a “Dickey”. The Veronica Beard Jacket solves layering and packing for you. One, and you’re done!


dievca is always looking for a way to look sharp, pack effectively and present well for Master. A Veronica Beard jacket/dickey might be the way to go~


14 Comments on “Dickey”

  1. Pelelotus says:

    Learn something new everyday. Pretty smart looking. X

  2. mysirsvixen says:

    Yes, yes, and yes. What a stylish answer to a bulky problem!

  3. esther says:

    love the looks…price too high for me though 😦

    • dievca says:

      I think the concept is more “system” than just another piece of clothing. They are classic basics that you wear almost daily and then change it up. It’s not for the way I dress, but if you are in an office/conservative setting and traveling? It’s good.

  4. It’s great…unless someone sees it flapping about …what then?

  5. This would have been great as a ‘trick or treat’ post today, hehehe! xxx


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