Cheap(er) and chic of the week

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There is a pretty excellent sale going on right now at Nili Lotan, and while everything is still on the pricier side, the markdowns are steep, and on some pretty good pieces, like this cashmere zipper hoodie which I own and pretty much live in (truly, it is probably one of the the top 10 most-worn items in my closet). It’s super-soft, and perfectly thin and un-bulky, which comes in handy for when you’re for layering. UPDATE: This piece has weirdly disappeared from the site. See below for another pick.

I’ve got these trousers in my shopping cart at the moment, and might just go for it—they’re really well-tailored for an army pant.

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    Mamavalveeta03
    17 Jun 2019
    10:16pm

    Great idea for a future post, Kim: Top 10 pieces in your wardrobe. I’d love to see yours!

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    Tamara
    17 Jun 2019
    1:03pm

    It seems that GOACA of my (pants) size need not apply, lol. That’s ok. My wallet is happier for the out of stock situation. Next time!

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    Darcy
    14 Jun 2019
    4:32pm

    Just fyi. I happened to have tried on the striped one from Nordstrom, black with white tie-dyed stripes. It wasn’t very special in person so I returned it.

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    Linda Boardman Kerr
    14 Jun 2019
    2:03pm

    I have one pretty much identical to this, and wear it several times a week, during all but the hottest summer days. It is SO versatile and works with casual as well as dressier outfits. The fact that it has a hood is helpful in case it starts to sprinkle or mist and I don’t want my hair to get wet! Everyone should have one of these. Search the web, ladies!

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    Eloise
    14 Jun 2019
    11:11am

    Link doesn’t work? Takes you to an “Oops” page. Maybe it’s sold out?

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      Kim France
      14 Jun 2019
      11:20am

      Ugh—between when I wrote the post yesterday and now, it appears to have disappeared from the site. Apologies.

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