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Weekly Faves: Fair Isle Print

Weekly Faves: Fair Isle Print

Happy Monday! Fair Isle print, the pattern reminiscent of all things wintery, is named after Fair Isle, a tiny island in the north of Scotland, that forms part of the Shetland islands. Fair Isle knitting gained a considerable popularity when the Prince of Wales (later to become Edward VIII) wore a Fair Isle sweater in public in 1921. In … Continue reading

Weekly Faves for June 15, 2015

Weekly Faves for June 15, 2015

Happy Monday! Since I’m in the middle of my No Spend Maytember challenge, I haven’t been doing much any shopping, but there were definitely a few cute summerdresses that caught my eye.  They would be perfect with a pair of summery sandals and some delicate jewelry. J. Crew linen sundress in iridescent sequin Indigo belted shirtdress Banana … Continue reading

Weekly Faves for May 4, 2015

Weekly Faves for May 4, 2015

Happy Monday! Here are my favorites this week: 1. Kenneth Cole Reaction Women’s Net Across Bling Sandals 2. Merona Women’s Cut Out Satchel Handbag lends a Kate Spade-inspired look for a fraction of the price. 3. Boden Amille Maxi Dress is available in a pretty green and in petite sizes. 4. LC Lauren Conrad Lace A-Line Dress … Continue reading

Weekly Faves for April 13, 2015

Weekly Faves for April 13, 2015

Hello! This week’s favorites are short and sweet, since I’m still feeling slightly more uninspired than usual on the fashion front.  I’m sure I’ll break out of my sartorial rut soon — summer’s right around the corner! — but in the meantime, here are this week’s favorites… 1. Kate Spade “squared away” collar necklace seems like it would … Continue reading

Weekly Faves: Spring Ann Taylor Pieces

Weekly Faves: Spring Ann Taylor Pieces

Happy Monday! This week’s picks are all from Ann Taylor, which has rolled out some new arrivals that are, admittedly, a little underwhelming.  Ever have a season when it seems like none of your favorite retailers are really representing your style?  Yeah, I guess that’s kind of how I feel about the offerings at Ann Taylor and … Continue reading