I’m in the mood for easy summer pieces that don’t require a lot of thought or effort, and this crisp pima cotton wrap skirt from Vince, which I pulled the trigger on yesterday, checks those boxes.
I guess I’ve got wrap skirts on the brain, because I’m also thinking about going for this denim number from the U.K.- based line M.I.H jeans. It’s also nicely marked down.
My mother, who is 82 and will not wear a shoe unless it is comfortable, swears by the brand Mephisto, and lately I’ve been wanting comfort in my footwear as well, but haven’t seen anything from that brand that particularly appealed. These sandals, however, are very cute in a retroish way, and while they come in a lot of colors, I think the navy is nice and unexpected, but still versatile.
A Detacher is a brand I’ve worn since the Lucky days, and I’m sad to say this coming season is its last: designer Mona Kowalska is moving on to greener pastures. So I’m thinking I might have to buy this skirt, because I’m sentimental like that and the print is just unstoppable.
That A Detacher skirt is from Beklina, an indie e-boutique located in La Selva Beach, California, that produces a fantastic in-house line of footwear that includes some of the best clogs ever, and they always sell out fast. This ribbed clog just went up on the site for pre-order, and even though the last thing my closet needs is more clogs, I’m quite tempted.
I see in the comments that a few of you are requesting a post on graphic tees, and I will get on that. In the meantime, I think this is pretty cute.
I really want to look good in a jumpsuit, but they are just so tricky (and also often pricey). But I saw this one on my friend Andrea’s blog I Want To Be Her the other day, and I think it looks highly wearable, and the price is manageable as well.
Ever since Universal Standard started selling clothes in my size, I’ve been thinking about buying this chic draped dress, which reminds me so much of something you’d see from Maria Cornejo.
I know better than to buy a white blazer. Experience has taught me that it will take no time at all for me to destroy it. But this cotton and linen specimen from Vince is just so perfect. I saw it in their Soho store the other day and can’t stop thinking about it.