Just last week, I wrote about Iro’s Shavani jacket, which I own and love, and which I believe is an excellent stand-in for a blazer for those of you who can’t abide blazers. And now, I am happy to have discovered this excellent close match for that piece, which, happily, rings in at just under $100.
Believe it or not, spring is coming soon, and with it will come the rain, and few things cramp one’s style like rain does. But it doesn’t have to be that way, as stylish waterproof options do exist. Why not let’s start out with a classic bright yellow rain slicker?
I know a lot of you like a bit more length in your raincoats, so I offer up this this mac from Everlane, which is perfect for those of you who like the idea of a trench, but can’t deal with the belt situation.
I think the print here is pretty amazing—such a cheery item to wear on a cloudy, wet day.
A little hit of metallic can go a long way towards making even the most boring outfits a little exciting, and that’s largely why I am craving a pair right now. I’m also in the mood to look at warm-weather options today. I own this clog sandal in the yellow, but am considering acquiring this pair too, because I think they’d be pretty versatile.
Veja sneakers are sourced and manufactured sustainably, and their design is so good in a really classic, old-school way.
Many of you desire a post on low-heeled sandals, and I will bring you one sooner than later, but in the meantime, I think these are pretty snappy.
These cage-toe slides would look fantastic with worn-in jeans and a simple white tee.
I like that these flat sandals are elegant-looking, but casual at the same time.
Here’s a slightly more streamlined—and nicely priced—version of above.
When they’re rendered in metallic leather, espadrilles get a little fancier.
I’d wear this cork-sole platform all summer long: they just look so easy and walkable.
I was born in Houston, Texas in 1964 and have lived in New York City since 1988. I had a long career in magazines, working at Sassy, Elle, New York, and Spin, and in 2000, I founded Lucky magazine, which I edited for ten years.