If you’ve been reading for awhile, you know that I like to mix higher-end pieces with fast fashion ones. Investing in a good handbag can make a no-label white t-shirt, worn-in Levi’s, and a pair of simple flats look ridiculously chic. Today, I thought I’d feature a few perfect-for-right-now pieces that are on the more affordable end of the spectrum (i.e., everything is under $150), and most of them inspired by the pinks and grays on the chic pea above….
+Very chic with those Vejas I’ve been coveting ($120).
+While in this palette, consider this flounce-y top ($29)!
+Maybe the shirt would play nicely with these (admittedly over $150) earrings from Rebecca de Ravanel? (Much more affordable version available here, for $42!)
+For dressier occasions — how fun are these $90 feather and velvet heels?!
+Meanwhile, I am literally dying over this sexy sweater dress ($120), which would make the wearer look…tres soigne. Finish with a pair of these ($120) — I own this style in velvet and they’re a great heel height. I also own J. Crew’s Elsie in multiple shades — probably my favorite every day pump. (Though if I worked in a corporate environment with more of an excuse to wear pumps regularly, I’d probably splurge on some BBs.)
+While we’re talking knit, I love this slightly frayed Rebecca Taylor sweater, on sale for $101! — which might look lovely with the deep pink/red/burgundy version of the blush ones above, some lighter wash jeans, and a deep red lip.
+Finally, this bootie is pretty much perfect in errrry way — including in its pricetag, which rings in at $110.
+Pair with this lovely striped turtleneck ($65).
+I’ll conclude with something budget-busting — this epic faux fur jacket, on sale for $293. LOVE. I’d layer it over stripes!