I’m not quite certain how I rationalized the purchase of this adorable bug-shaped ring by designer Eva Noga, who takes her inspiration from the creatures and flowers in her garden. Maybe because I haven’t purchased any jewelry in a really long time, and maybe because it looks pricier than it turned out to be (although it was hardly cheap). It’s tough to say for sure what propelled me to hand over my credit card. But I’m so glad I did, because every time I spy it on my finger it makes me happy.
This long-sleeved tee isn’t the most exciting item I’ve ever posted, but it’s made of a nice slouchy jersey, and I really dig the deep scoopneck. I feel like I would wear it constantly, and that it would be good for the kind of light layering I do this time of year. Here’s a similar but cheaper version.
I tried this chic satin tee on at Vince the other day, and it was pretty great: very casually luxe in feel, and with a sophisticated cut. But I had just purchased that ring, so I took a pass.
This Caron Callahan jacket is kind of kimono-ish in shape, but still nicely streamlined.
I love Beklina, an indie commerce site based in La Selva Beach, California. Owner Angelina Rennell has a great eye for prints and interesting silhouettes, and the in-house line of footwear and apparel is very arty-girl-cool. I want these ribbed clog sandals really badly, but I don’t think my closet can bear one more pair of clog sandals.
This is Everlane’s new sneaker—priced just under $100—and I think it’s very happening in a Euro kind of a way.
I just really like the wash on these jeans: nice and dark, with a minimum of distressing.
Missoni has done a little collab with Adidas, and I am slightly obsessed with it in general and this top in particular.
Such a cute, well-priced, happy little bucket hat.