I just pulled the trigger on these corduroys from Mother Denim; they come in a few good autumnal colors, but I finally went for this yellowish brown.
I’ve very much got cords on the brain right now, and am pretty intrigued by this wide leg pair. The patch pockets are kind of fun and retroish, and the army green is nicely neutral.
One final bit of corduroy: these chinos look so comfortable and chill.
I need some new cotton oxford shirts, and like that this one comes in a ton of good colorways, has a cool boxy fit, and rings in at just $80.
Here’s another good oxford that costs a tiny bit more, but also comes in other iterations—though I’m partial to these blue-and-ecru stripes.
A cotton/wool blend sweater that’s super-sportif, and ideal for transitional weather.
This bag is by no means cheap, but it reminds me of Isabel Marant bags that go for easily twice as much.
And here’s a practical and chic bag that I really, really want.
During Covid, I transitioned from underwire bras to bralettes, and I am perfectly happy with that decision on all fronts except one: bralettes can be kind of unsexy. But this one from Fleur du Mal, looks as easy to wear as it is hot.
Why not a furry and oversized pink patch pocket cardigan, I ask you?