Sadly, this is the last entry in my series—in recent years, two of the other discounters I liked—Neiman Marcus Last Call and Barneys Warehouse—have circled the drain. But there is plenty to love at this Saks Fifth Avenue offshoot, starting with a cute velour track jacket from Nili Lotan.
This sandal is described as a kitten heel, but I feel like it’s slightly higher than that, but still potentially walkable.
An easy tee dress for throwing on whenever, all summer long. In the fall, I’d wear it with tights and boots.
A flattering asymmetrical wrap skirt from Vince.
I like the tonal stripes on this crisp button-down.
Such a cute little quilted jacket from Barbour, which rarely gets discounted.
I dig the colors and slightly wild pattern on this silk blouse.
A pretty cotton dress that’s feminine without being prissy.
A cozy-looking waffle knit hoodie that’d be perfect for cool nights.
This quarter-zip sweater reminds me of a much more expensive one I really wanted from Nili Lotan.
And this cashmere number has such a nice, deep V-neck.
True, this leopard print tee in bold pink and black is kind of loud, but it would be so excellently new wave work under a snappy blazer.
And finally, a lot of you have gone for Rag & Bone’s excellent Slade Blazer, and I think it’s kind of cool and unexpected in this windowpane check.