I don’t know what I’ve got against brown most of the time, but I almost never show it here, and have zero brown items in my closet. I think mostly this has to do with a lifetime natural aversion to earth tones. But lately, the color is popping up on items I like a lot, like this nifty Anine Bing jacket, which is the just-right amount of tomboyish, but nicely cropped and tailored.
This knot-neck blouse is so feminine and sophisticated that I would make an exception to my no-high-necklines rule to welcome it into my wardrobe.
The geometric pattern on this sweater is a fun, updated take on a classic apres-ski look.
Sunglasses in a nice, light brown: so much more forgiving than black.
This cotton v-neck sweater from Everlane is perfect for the transitional dressing we’ll all be doing soon if it ever gets warm again.
I love a webbed O-ring belt, and own a few, all in bright patterns. But I like the idea of this somewhat more subtle option.
Just a big, huggy, rich-looking faux fur jacket.
I love the way the black and brown ribbing looks on the hem and sleeves of this substantial sweater.
This suede and shearling jacket is nicely marked down; I think it’s really smart-looking, with a slightly utilitarian vibe.
I don’t usually go in for anything like the puffy shoulders on this blouse, but the rest of the lines here are so streamlined that I think it works. I also appreciate that it’s a really good zebra print, as most zebra prints aren’t that great.