Top 5 of the week: shopping Anine Bing

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bing dress

Anine Bing is an L.A.-based brand that’s been on my radar for a while now. They make what I’d call fashiony classics—sophisticated, well-cut, youthful-but-still-appropriate pieces. This silk dress is such a good grown-up take on a hippie-girl frock. Here is a top with the same cute print.

bing blouse

This sheer-sleeved blouse is sexy in a very appealing, restrained way.

bing blazer

This schoolboy blazer comes in a few colors, but I like this bright, poppy red.

bing top

A very sweet star-print top that I’d wear with black jeans.

bing tatiana

This shirt is so totally right out my playbook. I actually really like the way it’s styled here (though I’d tuck it) with the black bra peeking out.

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11 Thoughts on Top 5 of the week: shopping Anine Bing
    Deede
    10 May 2018
    8:12am

    LOVETH the Annie Bling…especially the red blazer…I bought one this spring and have been rethinking the brightness…Your endorsement made mine not so bright and I am ready to put it on today with a graphic tee and jeans…smile…

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    c.w.
    10 May 2018
    8:57am

    I love that dress. Looked at the description and the model is 5’9″ and wearing an extra small. At 5’2″ that hemline would be pooling on the floor! Made laugh out loud.

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      DeDe
      10 May 2018
      11:00am

      Seriously! This demi- and maxi-length trend is driving me nuts. Trying to find something I’d wear that can be hemmed without screwing up the design is harder than you’d think.

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      Eloise
      10 May 2018
      2:46pm

      c.w., Good thing I scanned the comments before saying exactly the same thing (down to the inch)!

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    joannawnyc
    10 May 2018
    9:44am

    That star top is SUPER cute!

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    Mary Alice
    10 May 2018
    3:41pm

    I’m in love. I’ve driven past the store on 3rd street and admired the window…now I’m going in!

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    MsMezzo
    10 May 2018
    3:59pm

    I’ve never understood the appeal of a black bra under a sheer white shirt.

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    DeDe
    10 May 2018
    5:30pm

    Not related to the clothes here (though I really like that blazer!!), but! I am loving this recent trend of models smiling, like in that first pic. It’s so refreshing to not see a super serious blank-eyed runway face (or worse, a headless body – I blame Totokaelo for that one).

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    Mamavalveeta03
    10 May 2018
    10:15pm

    I think Anine Bing’s clothes are really cute, and I’ve had my eye on her red sweater/sweatshirt. But at my height and large frame (I know, but it’s the way my niece used to describe her fat cat!), I’d look like a Mom playing dress-up in her kid’s clothes. 🙁

    I LOVE her personal style with hair and makeup, though, and I think it’s pretty easy to adapt ideas to fit my style!

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      c.w.
      11 May 2018
      8:41am

      My height challenged self always sez I look like a kid trying to wear her mom’s clothes!

      So funny how we perceive ourselves.

      (you’d look smashing in that dress partly because you have the height to carry off that hem!)

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    therealblonde
    11 May 2018
    10:11am

    I love her stuff! It bit pricey though…
    I got the star blouse a few weeks ago, and already own the Madeline blazer and a pair of jeans. It’s exactly how I like to dress, simple, good basics with a little edge. And not many people know her where I live, so I feel pretty unique. Their online service is excellent by the way.

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