OK, time for my semi-annual disclosure of how I make money on this blog, people, and here goes: I receive a commission on sales of many (but not all) of the items I feature here, through affiliate partnerships. I also receive analytics of my sales, which allows me to see what you click on, what you buy, what you keep, and what you return. I always find this information pretty fascinating, and a while back I started sharing it with you now and again. So here’s 2020 so far, starting with this Rachel Comey jumpsuit, which I wasn’t surprised so many of you went for—it’s got a slouchy, elegant silhouette, and I really like how it’s cut to look like two pieces instead of one.
Nili Lotan’s Tel Aviv pant is probably my most-worn and favorite trouser at the moment: it’s got a roomy enough fit, but appealingly slim lines too. I don’t own it in this olive hue, but I’m really tempted.
You guys really, really like Rag & Bone’s Slade blazer, which made this list last year as well, and it’s not hard to see why: It’s so polished-looking, and yet decidedly casual in feel. It also comes in a nice variety of hues.
I do like a side stripe, and this pant from Current-Elliott has really good ones.
I purchased this really reasonably-priced robe on Etsy at the beginning of the summer, and it took forever to arrive (it ships from India) but the wait was so worth it: it’s super-soft, and has a sweet pink print.
These Rag & Bone jeans have a high-but-not-too-high waist, and a nice straight-leg cut. They’re also currently on sale.
I went for these faux-leather joggers a while back, and adore them: they’re as comfortable as sweats, and truly look like real leather.
A lower-waisted straight-leg jean, for those of you who refuse to roll with high waistlines.
Such a pretty floral print on this satin popover from Vince, and right now it’s more than half off.
I think these Onitsuka Tiger sneakers are just so classic and old-school, and I dig the wee pop of color against the black.