Really cool (and quite marked down) reissues at Zero+Maria Cornejo

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Check out this special new collection of some of Cornejo’s most popular pieces executed on archival fabrics. I’m particularly partial to this bold-but-feminine dress, but there is plenty more to choose from, so do not delay!

Check out these cool tie-dye pieces

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I’m pretty picky about tie dye, and usually only like it on items that have a simple color palette and not-too-bright hues. This dress breaks both of those rules, but I still think it’s great.

Such a pretty flowy top; I’d wear it with beaten-up jeans.

I dig how barely-there the tie dye is on this cute popover.

I don’t usually like really busy sneakers, but these are just subtle enough to work.

This tee looks like a perfect vintage find.

An easy and flattering wrap front top.

I’d wear this sundress as a beach cover-up.

A slightly body-con midi dress with a print that actually looks more Shibori than tie-dye.

This wrap dress has a kimono-ish vibe that I like.

The lemon yellow on this tee is so bright and happy.

The quietness of the tie dye print on these jeans appeals.

I love the combination of yellow and gray, and this skirt is also quite well-priced.

I like how the tie-dye looks kind of polka-dotted on this tee.

And finally: this preppy polo dress gets kind of edgy with an acid-green print.

 

Brand I like: Denimist

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I’ve become increasingly smitten with this newish line—the vibe is very American and casual; like Nili Lotan but less pricey (though still not cheap) and more laid-back. Right now I’m dying for this blue camo jacket, which also comes in a very cute pink colorway.

This button front shirt is heavy enough to wear on cool summer evenings as a jacket; it also comes in a very good red striped print.

These 70s-style carpenter pants are pretty unexpected in baby blue.

A western-style jumpsuit that I could see wearing nonstop come fall.

Here’s a long-sleeved striped tee—black and white, which is so versatile and a little punk rock—and it’s currently marked down.

A pair of simple mid-rise skinny jeans with a nice clean wash is not so easy to come across these days.

And how fun are these poppy yellow straight-leg jeans?

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