I feel grey is the secret weapon of a lot of truly stylish women (like British Vogue editor Sarah Harris here) because it’s less predictable and more sophisticated than black, and you can combine it with just about anything (I especially like how it looks with a pop of color).
This faux fur coat looks so Teddy Bear cozy.
I’m very curious about Everlane’s quite well-priced and just-introduced ribbed alpaca sweater.
A shirt that would be just as good for the office as it would be for knocking about on the weekend.
I adore a grey leopard print, and the one on this coat is so good. I also think it’s just a really excellent shape.
This sweater is pre-styled to look like you’re wearing a shirt underneath, which is nice if you like a layered look but are no so crazy about adding bulk.
A Chan Luu scarf in charcoal grey would go with pretty much anything.
I dig how excellently slouchy these chinos are.
I can’t believe I missed this sweater in my Fair Isle post from earlier this week, because it has such a chic combination of colors.
A nicely clean-lined cashmere turtleneck that rings in just under $100.
A pretty perfect long-sleeved tee for all your layering needs.
I do love a poncho, even though they pose sartorial challenges (like: how to carry a bag while wearing one) and this one is cashmere, which is lovely.
I was eyeing this sweater at the Vince store the other day, and I must say I’m pretty tempted: it just looks like the kind of piece one would reach for constantly.
The cocoon-ish shape on this herringbone coat is just aces.
A zip cardigan is always so snappy, and great for layering, too.
Just a nice pair of well-cut wool trousers.