Here’s how it works: if you spend up to $200, you get 15% off; spend $500 and the discount climbs to 20%, and if you venture into over-$800 territory, you get a whopping 25% off. There are maddening exclusions—like most of Nili Lotan, for instance—but I found a ton to love and want, starting with these rather perfect-looking high waist cropped jeans from Agolde.
The Jerome Dreyfuss Igor bag is a pretty ideal size for everyday, with expandable compartments, which comes in awfully handy. And fun fact: did you know that all Jerome Dreyfuss bags come with a mini-flashlight attached, so you never have to fumble for your keys?
This fleece jumpsuit looks like just about the coziest thing ever. Aside from the going-to-the-lavatory bit, it’d be perfect for travel.
A light, white shirt jacket that makes a fantastic layering piece.
I’m not nuts about Stella McCartney’s designer pieces, but I do like her ongoing collab with Adidas quite a lot. I need a new long puffer, and this one is well-cut and such a good army green.
They look like hell on me, but I know a whole ton of you love Levi’s Wedgie Jeans, which is why I’m helpfully including this black pair too.
A cool sherpa sweatshirt with a nice, oversized sillhouette.
I guess I’m having an army green moment, because I also covet these hiker boots, and I appreciate the platform sole. Here’s something similar in black, with shearling.
I will eventually do a post on Fair Isle sweaters because they’re so classic and cool, but in the meantime, please do enjoy this fine specimen.
A well-priced pair of Chelsea boots from Sam Edelman.
I just think this animal print cardigan is so cute, and an instant outfit-maker.
I’ve owned these shearling pull-on clog boots from No. 6 for ages, and boy are they toasty on cold days. I also think the grey is a nice departure from black. And while we’re at it, check out all the other cool No. 6 footwear that’s part of this sale.
I’m not usually a pajama set person, but this is just so cute with the pink piping.
It might finally be time to purchase the platform Vans I’ve been coveting, right?
Kim, If you really need a new puffer, I’d give the Stella McCartney a try. I ordered one a few years ago and was really impressed with it but it was too big – they were out of the XXS. I am almost literally sitting on my hands to stop myself from grabbing this one since I bought something else and really don’t need another one. (I’d grab the short version but it is only available in a large white – maybe a post on short puffers?)
I was gonna cave but there are now none left is XXS – my wallet is relieved.
Looking forward the the fair isle post!!
I will definitely do a post on short puffers soon, Eloise.
How do the wedgie jeans fit? Good or bad for someone with hips and thighs?
They look like hell on me and I am all hips and thighs.
I am no hips and average thighs and they are uncomfortable enough that I can only wear them for half a day. I even sized up.
I really, really, really want those grey No.6 clogs, but I hesitate because I’ve never tried a pair of No.6 boots on and I don’t know if my foot would fit into them because of my super bony top’o’foot. (sigh) Any opinions No.6 wearers?
Do you mean you have boney feet? I have the No.6 clogs in my regular size and because of the shearling, they fit just right. The shearling molds to your feet after a while it feels like your feet are in a cozy cocoon. I often get shoes that fit in length but feel loose because I don’t have much volume to my feet if that makes sense. If that’s not what you mean, sorry for the long response : )
This is a good response, Jane. I have a high arch and the tops of my feet are bony and veiny so there are some shoes I just can’t wear because they put too much pressure on the tops of my feet––usually loafers. Because of the high arch there are many “slip on” or “pull on” boots I can’t stuff my arch into––it’s a crazy problem.
There’s something about that jumpsuit that I find really appealing. Maybe because it looks more like 2 pieces but functions as one?
Even as a non-jumpsuit person I lingered longingly on that photo. The appeal probably has something to do with how amazing the model looks in it and it’s slim cut––most jumpsuits have a baggy quality to them which makes me look like the body part of a Mrs. Potato-head if Mrs. Potato-head had a body (and if I were a Mrs.).
The animal-print cardigan had me at that perfect sleeve length! It’s on its way to me now, along with a pair of Hunter snow boots and a Stella McCartney/Adidas shiny-as-hell windbreaker. So much for not shopping in October. I’m so weak.
Following up to say that the sleeves on that cardigan are full-length after all, but it’s still a fabulous piece and I’m so glad to have it!
I’ve been lusting over that Jerome Dreyfuss Igor shoulder bag for some years now. That is a very tempting sale.
Also been considering those Sam Edelman boots too. Again, I SO do not need more boots (and being in California and WFH, I’ve hardly worn my own boots in the past year).
I love the endless configurations of sherpa jackets and pullovers, but I have to consider the indestructibility of sherpa and fleece in landfill, so I try to wear out mine current ones before getting more.