I’m back in Sag Harbor after spending just short of a week in the city, during which I took care of a bit of business, saw some people I care about, and—most importantly—was pleased to observe that Manhattan, while hobbled in some ways, is anything but defeated, contrary to popular reports. I also did just a tiny bit of shopping with my friend Maureen one afternoon. She wanted to drop by Clare V for a new passport case—not something anyone needs at this precise moment, but she was craving one, and who am I to judge—and I walked out with this bag, their double Sac Bretelle. You can’t really see it here, but the bag is actually two identical bags attached to one another: I’m using one side for keys, wallet, etc, and the second bag for hand sanitizer, masks, and the like. It fits a ton and doesn’t look like it, which only makes it better.
I did not purchase—but very much desire—these Zero+Maria Cornejo sweatpants, which look about as well-tailored as a pair of sweatpants can be, and come in grey and black too, though I’m partial to this really good blue.
Instead, I went for these jogger pants, which are T-shirt thin, rather magically flattering, and well-priced.
This cashmere polo sweater is giving off serious The Talented Mr Ripley vibes.
When I first saw this cargo jacket and decided to include it in this post, it was available in all sizes, but it’s selling out fast. I love the big front pockets and worn-in wash.
As I mentioned recently, I am a wireless bra convert, and this one from Negative Underwear is next on my list of things to buy: it looks light as air, and I dig the slate grey hue, which is a delightful change from my usual black.
And speaking of black, I’m quite enamored of these jeans from Agolde. They’re nicely pre-weathered, but don’t look too beaten up.
I also crave this straight leg pair from Ayr, which is available in various inseam measurements, so if you don’t want them cropped (I, of course, do) then you don’t have to have them that way.
And while we’re on the topic of jeans, I am crazy for this white wide-legged pair.
Please excuse the writing on this picture: Uniqlo makes it impossible to lift images without it showing. But anyway, I am mad for this sharp jacket, which has a certain very French appeal.