The more you spend, the more you save at this big Shopbop sale

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Here’s how it works: you get 15% off purchases of $200 and over, 20% off orders of $500, and a whopping 25% off anything over $800. There are a number of exclusions, as there always are with these things, but don’t go expecting Nili Lotan and you won’t be disappointed. I like sales like this for picking up pieces that might not otherwise ever get marked down, like Rag & Bone’s absolutely perfect Slade blazer, which has been a big seller around here.

I dig the unexpected combination of pink and brown on this awesome Fair Isle sweater.

Once again, it’s white outerwear for the win: this faux fur coat is just the perfect huggy shape, and I like that the white isn’t too white.

There are so many Number 6 clogs and clog boots included in this sale, but I especially like this shearling pair: they’re just the coziest, and—to me—quite walkable.

These platform sneakers from Vince add a nice amount of height, and are appealingly streamlined.

I’d wear this dress with black tights, clunky boots, and a cropped or shrunken cardigan.

I’ve posted these Citizens of Humanity jeans before, and they were a winner with you: they’re ideal for that person who just can’t with high-waisted jeans or a too-snug fit.

A cute faux fur jacket with delightful moto details.

I’m not certain I can keep myself from this sherpa-lined Chelsea boot from Doc Martens: it’s just the kind of piece I feel I need to get through the upcoming winter.

The Italian brand Add Down specializes in high-style takes on the traditional puffer, and this colorblock one is just so fun and chic.

Another tempting piece on offer: this pull-on trouser, which is the perfect combination of lounge-y and polished.

I do like a funnel neck sweater—it’s a less claustrophobic take on the turtleneck, and this one is so damn good.

I feel I am moments away from pulling the trigger on these tapered pants: they are the just-right amount of slouchy.

I know a lot of you like Dagne Dover bags—they’re super-durable and nicely designed—and I’m a fan of this large bag, which comes with a detachable wallet.

These sweats have patch pockets in the back, which makes them more trouser-y and therefore more acceptable as streetwear, to my mind.

And finally: I would wear this tie-dye striped tee all winter long under sweaters.

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12 Thoughts on The more you spend, the more you save at this big Shopbop sale
    Kim
    13 Oct 2020
    12:23pm

    Have and love the COV Harrison pant. TTS and in my opinion the spring, fall, winter version of the Nili Lotan slouchy Luna pant for less $’s.

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    Jeanne
    13 Oct 2020
    1:31pm

    I have the Dagne Dover duffel and just happened to use it last weekend on a mini trip. I give it and its matching accessories a definite thumbs up.

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    Panda Bear
    13 Oct 2020
    10:24am

    OK folks, help me understand – how does one wear all these cool slouchy cropped pants in the fall and winter? I’m always tempted by picks like the Vince and Monroe trousers here, but then I think… sneakers? boots? socks? How do I deal with the exposed, frozen strip of lower leg and ankle? Or are we just wearing them inside (which, granted, is where I spend most of my time now.)

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      HickfromStyx
      13 Oct 2020
      12:40pm

      I wear knee boots and footless fleece-lined tights with merino wool socks. Also, calf-length boots in a lace-up are good, especially the ones with a zipper that makes the laces purely ornamental.

      Footless fleece-lined tights are my preference for comfort and warmth when it’s really cold. I have to wear slightly looser pants in winter to accomodate the extra layers.

      Once it gets cold, I wear my long down coat over it all, and like the look. I swore I’d never wear cropped pants in cold weather, but there you go. I changed my mind.

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      Kim France
      13 Oct 2020
      11:42am

      I wear them with socks and ankle boots.

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    Robin
    13 Oct 2020
    11:25am

    Kim – your picks for this sale are so much better than any other shopping blog I’ve seen. I’m just bummed that the Docs are not available in my size. Nor are the shearling lined no. 6 clogs I’ve been contemplating. Maybe I’ll go for the funnel neck!

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    c.w.
    13 Oct 2020
    7:55am

    The only two items I DON’T want on this spectacular list are the down jacket (allergic to down) and funnel neck sweater as my hair slips inside anything funnel and makes my neck itchy. I could make it through the whole winter with these items.

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      Eloise
      13 Oct 2020
      8:33am

      I’d grab the puffer, so we just need a “taker” on the funnelneck….

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    Eloise
    13 Oct 2020
    11:45am

    The CoH jeans are on the way….

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      Eloise
      13 Oct 2020
      12:09pm

      But the jury’s still out as to whether I really should “order one size down” for fit shown given my pandemic-influenced eating habits, so I ordered two pairs. (Free returns for the win.)

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    Liz
    14 Oct 2020
    6:18pm

    Dang, as someone who just tie dyed some shirts yesterday, I have to point out that it is the maybe the easiest thing in the world, especially those single color pieces that are so trendy, and you can make that $135 shirt for like $10. It’s my new fun lock down hobby. I especially recommend it for cotton underwear and bras.

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    Mamavalveeta03
    17 Oct 2020
    1:53am

    Citizens of Humanity make some of the best jeans – best cuts and best washes – on the planet. Great choices, Kim!

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