I always look forward to this event—even though, if I’m honest, I’d have to say that I’ve grown increasingly disappointed in Shopbop’s offerings, which seem super-young, often midriff-baring, and really extra-trendy (I’m willing to acknowledge that it’s possible that I am the one who has changed and not Shopbop). Still, I found plenty to like, starting with this fair isle sweater that looks hand-knit. BTW, the event ends on Thursday.
I am always on the hunt for good grey jeans, and these Levi’s seem pretty ideal.
It’s possible that orange is supplanting yellow as my favorite color of the moment, which explains my strong attraction to this cashmere sweater.
I’ve shown you these jeans before, but I’m doing it again because they’re just so good: a nice, low-but-not-too-low rise, and an excellent dark wash.
Just a good pair of chunky loafers, because many of you have indicated a desire for loafers.
None of the colors on this crewneck sweater would usually appeal to me, but all together I think they’re aces.
I love the contrast between the fleece and corduroy on this cozy jacket from Sandy Liang.
I’m getting slight Charlie Brown vibes from this graphic sweater.
Such a chic knit shirt dress with a nicely feminine shape.
The braids on these clogs are such a good touch, and—as usual—I like that there are studs and not staples.
Another pair of jeans I’m intrigued by: they’ve got a ton of stretch, but don’t look like they do.
A cropped, quilted jacket with subtle contrasting plaid details.
I own a boxy Vince cardigan a lot like this one, and once cool weather hits, I wear it endlessly.