We interrupt the week of requests to bring you the Net a Porter sale


It’s Friends & Family time over at Net a Porter right now, and here are a few of my picks, starting with this Alex Mill button-down in an excellent army green.

I think this track jacket is rather snappy.

I like these Current Elliot pants because they’re not too high-waisted, and have a bit of stretch.

This Anine Bing snake print button down is nicely slinky.

A chic, slightly-left-of-classic Alex Mill trench.

This skirt pulls on and is made of crinkled satin, which would make it ideal for travel.

A nicely-cut pair of Theory trousers made of stretch wool.

Just a really pretty, feminine dress with long sleeves, which is a rarity among dresses.

I bought this awesome Sea New York skirt for full-price back in the summer, but have gotten so much wear out of it since then that I don’t even care that it’s marked down now.

There is lots of Nili Lotan marked down, including these sweats, which could have been in the work-at-home post because they’re really well-cut. Click through and check out the trouser-ish pockets in the back.

I’ve wanted a Bella Freud sweater for a while now—they’re so clever and cute—and this might be the moment.

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2 Thoughts on We interrupt the week of requests to bring you the Net a Porter sale
    11 Nov 2019

    Oh good night! (as my paternal grandmother used to say) Another Friends & Family sale will break me at this point.


    12 Nov 2019

    The snake print blouse is calling my name.



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I was born in Houston, Texas in 1964 and have lived in New York City since 1988. I had a long career in magazines, working at Sassy, Elle, New York, and Spin, and in 2000, I founded Lucky magazine, which I edited for ten years.

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