I posted this Nili Lotan dress back in August, and am thrilled and surprised to see it marked down, because it is so floaty and feminine and generally perfect.
I like layering with a striped tee—it just adds a little more dimension to your outfit, which might seem like an obvious thing to state, but it took me a while to figure it out.
Here is another dress I’m fairly sure I’ve already shown you, but it’s worth a repeat because 1. it’s cheaper now and 2. that lovely bias cut!
Just a nice, streamlined leather jacket free of excess hardware or frippery.
This shoulder bag unsnaps to lie completely flat, making it ideal for travel. So clever.
I know some of you loathe a cold shoulder, but I think it can be quite pretty if the fabric in question is flowy as opposed to tight, as it is on this dress.
Why own a regular old trench when you can own a spiff corduroy trench?
This wrap dress is ever so slightly ballerina-ish in a way that appeals.
A suede trench that feels like something Lauren Hutton would have worn in about 1975.
This dress is pre-styled to look like separates, and you know how I go for that type of thing.
Silver booties are precisely the type of item to buy on sale, because they’re slightly frivolous, and hard to justify at full price. But they really are the coolest, and this specimen isn’t too shiny, which is often my complaint with metallic footwear.
A Barbour jacket with a cool Liberty of London floral lining.
I very much want this bucket bag—it’s the perfect size for everyday, and the deep red is standout.
This faux shearling coat sure looks a lot like the real thing.
I like the interesting sleeve detail on this silk blouse, and it’s such a pretty deep green.
I love a drop waist, and the slightly abstract star print on this dress is aces too.
This ribbed Vince sweater looks like the perfect thing to lounge about in.