Some fun scores for you on this Friday, starting with this $50 slinky maxi dress I just ordered. It reminds me in ethos of my leopard-print Ganni maxi from last year, which I have already worn twice this season as well (this is the updated style they have on offer now, which I also love). I’m into this silhouette — a long maxi worn with ankle boots or over the knee boots and a cropped black jacket. Perfect for a dinner out on the town, as it is fashionable but not too dressy.
At any rate, a few other under-$100 finds to round out your fall-to-winter wardrobe:
THIS PLAID RUFFLE-NECK SHIRTDRESS (ESP IN THE BLACK WATCH TARTAN)
THIS SWEATER (LOVE EVERY DETAIL ABOUT IT)
WOULD WEAR THE PANTS ABOVE WITH THIS RUFFLE NECK TOP
THIS PRETTY LACE TOP (ESP PAIRED WITH THE VELVET HEADBAND ABOVE!)
THIS BOW SWEATSHIRT (HAD TO ORDER IT)
THESE INEXPENSIVE SHADES (A CELINE DUPE AND I WEAR THEM ALL THE TIME)
P.S. I have been sharing more of my daily looks on Instastory lately, and some of my most frequently-asked questions in the past week have been about an inexpensive black headband I wore (it actually comes with a second pearl headband that I thought I would just give to Emory for dress up but I actually LOVE — I wore it with a tweed top similar to this, black skinnies, my Alexandre Birman Kitties, and my Chanel and got a lot of compliments over the weekend!) and my Everlane liner jacket (thank you, Everlane!), which has been my best friend the past few weeks during this nippy-but-not-yet-quite-cold weather. The most common question I have gotten about the liner jacket is whether it is warm, and I would say that it feels just right when the weather is in the 40s/50s (and I usually layer it over a thin sweater). It’s definitely not meant for cold New England winters — more for their crisp falls. My favorite parts about the jacket are: 1) the color — I am dying over the burnt gold hue! So different from everything I own and yet it seems to work with everything I own, from pastel pink to army green, and 2) the deep pockets in the front. I often wear it while walking Tilly or running errands and the pockets can handily accommodate my phone, keys, a credit card, and my cherished airpods without looking too bulky. Strongly recommend you add this coat to your wardrobe, especially if you (like me) have pondered purchasing one of those quilted Burberry barn coats but waffled on whether you need it when you also have a Barbour and a trench coat and so it feels like the Burbs might be a little overpriced for what you need. This fills the perfect void without costing too much.
P.P.S. On the splurgier side, I am currently eyeing this dramatic sweater with the pants Ulla styles them with. I am digging the whole look. And I am still obsessing over this coat from her collection. SO GOOD.
P.P.P.S. For little ones, a few finds: this sweet sweater, this polar bear cardi (the shawl collar — MEEP!), this gingham romper, this quilted footie, this vintage smocked dress (which I would have snagged in a millisecond if it fit mini!), and everything by Colettine.