Sure, it’s not the easiest color to wear, but you’d be surprised what you can get away with if you have a nice strong red lip, or you can make sure it’s not the closest color to your face. Case in point: this awesome overcoat, which allows you to both embrace yellow and have a more flattering hue next to your skin.
A cute, worn-in-looking graphic tee.
These wide-leg pants have sweet front patch pockets and a nicely cropped cut.
A pretty sundress with a happy starburst pattern.
I love the shape of this Rachel Comey sweatshirt—it’s just a bit more polished than your usual sweatshirt.
A short-sleeved cardigan that couldn’t be a whole lot chicer.
I don’t always love a polka dotted top, but this one is just so damned cheery.
A really clean-lined peasant blouse for dressing way up or down.
The floral print here is nicely subtle.
Such an easy, throw-it-on-and-go dress.
And here’s another easy dress that feels nicely sophisticated.
A bright pullover sweater that’s just the right amount of oversized.
A cute, slim-cut denim jacket with a most excellently frayed hem.
Here is what I would call a perfectly slouchy top, and the neckline is really good.
You can’t beat a classic rain slicker for style or convenience.
A smocked top in a nicely buttery hue.
This cardigan has a certain Kurt Cobain-ness that I like.
A tie-dye V-neck sweater that’s lightly distressed and looks like the most comfy thing ever.
A plaid jacket that looks entirely fresh, and ideal for the weather we’re having right now.
A very feminine dress that stops well short of prissy.