I always love unexpected colour pairings with grey. Like yellow and grey, apple-green and grey, pink and grey etc. So of course I'm nuts about this awesome coat from Anthropologie! I love the textured design, and the colour and pattern really make this one a stand-out!
It even has an adorable eyelet lining:
Ooooo, orange clothing! This dress is elegant and perfect for fall/winter.... because its wool!
So at first I thought this guy was sheep skin, and I might also have thought it was a little silly. But I was wrong! This vest from Anthropologie is actually made of cotton, so it is much lighter and more wearable than if it was sheepskin.
I tried it on for you, and it is actually surprisingly flattering! It has this great embroidered panel on the shoulder that runs across the back which makes the whole vest more dynamic (and that keeps it out of Yeti territory!):
Lovely pink Nine West cut-out shoes:
Why, yes! That is a pony scarf in the background!
This jacket does not have a tag on it, but it is clearly professionally hand-made. The construction is flawless.....
...and check out the contrasting print under the collar and MATCHING BUTTON!
Amazingly grown-up city coat from Jacob!
This cupcake sweater from Urban Outfitters is just so delightful!
These adorable polka-dot rubber booties from great Canadian boot makers, Cougar:
What's making this dress so awesome? The printed fabric! This dress is from Liberty Arts Fabrics, which started out as a fabric store in London in 1875. Their fabric and prints were a must-have of the late 19th century Aesthetic Movement, which celebrated fashion as wearable art, with a heavy emphasis on beautiful prints and luxurious fabrics that made you feel great when wearing them (without a corset!). Well over 100 years later, Liberty London has evolved and carries everything from household goods to, of course, clothing made from its own fabrics.
Check out fruit! This kind of detailed print is what has made Liberty such a lasting and popular fabric brand. This particular print, which Liberty put out in 2012, is part of their oldest and most beloved fabric line: the classic Tana Lawn.
I love this take on the standard stripe dress with a twist (Ha! See what I did there?!):
What I love about Desigual is that you can always tell it's Desigual. Anchored by bright colours and contrasts, the styles are consistent but never boring! Keep being you, Desigual!
Sundry's designer is a French dude living in California. Totally evident by this cool top:
Another wool dress that is perfect for right now (I would wear it with dark plum tights, or mustard coloured tights if you dare!):
(Psst! We have tights in the shop!)
Yes, this is really happening: overalls! Overalls share the space in my heart where one-piece jumpers live. But, as we all know but never want to admit, jumpsuits have a fatal flaw: having to get completely undressed to go to the bathroom (amiright?!). Not so with overalls!
I tried these on for you, and the modern overalls fit much more ladylike than the overalls of the 1990s, but they still have that great, casual, i-just-threw-this-on look.
In the mid 1990s I had four pair of the SAME overalls in different colours!
What are you wearing to work tomorrow?