The lovely Joy DaRos, who owns the Sullivan Street boutique JDR and Company—which is ground zero for all things Il Bisonte (and more)—gave me a gift card a while back, and it’s been burning a hole in my pocket. It took me a while to decide on a bag because so many of them are so good, but I finally went for this fabulous saddlebag in such a good blue. It’s just big enough for all the essentials, and the interior has three separate compartments, which is handy.
As I’ve mentioned here before, I’ve got a bad knee—torn meniscus, it turns out; surgery is imminent—and all I feel like wearing anywhere are sneakers. But most of mine don’t give me the height I crave. Most platform sneakers look too cartoonish and clunky to me, but these Vans come off reasonably proportional.
Have I shown you this Lee jumpsuit before? I honestly can’t recall. But it’s a good one, right?
And I like the hue—would we call it a dusty rose?—of this jumpsuit.
Cos calls this a leather overshirt—which is like just a jacket, right?—and I think it’s nicely minimal and well-priced for what it is.
Surely I don’t need another puffer, but I might need this sherpa puffer from Madewell.
I’m also a fan of this Barbour puffer with great faux fur details.
I don’t typically love a high-neck sweater, but the high-V here is really quite good, and so is the moss brown color.
An oversized button down, the likes of which I’ve been living in these days, with light blue stripes.
I’ve got a silk V-neck top from Maria Cornejo that I wear endlessly, and which is definitely worse for wear. I’m thinking of replacing it with this crepe top, which is 100% polyester, but looks reasonably soft and breathable.
A cute half-zip pullover for throwing on whenever. And cheers to Madewell for continuing to employ models who weren’t born yesterday.
The frayed hem on and length of this denim skirt are both exactly perfect