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Terasina Tiered Voile Dress


Bright orange, tiered ruffles, and cotton voile–this dress is nothing short of fabulous. Try it with a pair of gold metallic sandals for a flirty summer look.

$118  at Anthropologie.

3 comments July 9th, 2009

Sponsored Post: Audrey Hepburn Print from Condé Nast


One of my favorite ways to glean fashion inspiration is to look towards a style icon of the past. What better style icon to look towards than the ever so graceful Audrey Hepburn? Cecil Beaton’s 1964 silhouette portrait of Audrey Hepburn showcases her distinctive elegance and self assurance.

You don’t need to head to the museum to find inspiration from such art world luminaries as Edward Steichen and Cecil Beaton. The Condé Nast Store makes over 100 years worth of fashion photography, fashion illustration, and fashion images from the company’s archives available for you to bring into your home. Discover gems from the archives of iconic magazines, from Vogue to Vanity Fair, House & Garden to Gourmet.

$180+ at The Condé Nast Store.

1 comment January 13th, 2009

Kimchi Blue Ruffle Peacoat

Kimchi Blue Ruffle Peacoat

Feminine ruffles meet masculine tailoring in this gorgeous navy peacoat. Wear it with a crisp white top and a pair of jeans for an All-American day look.

$138 at Urban Outfitters.

1 comment November 7th, 2008

AE Belted Peacoat

AE Belted Peacoat

Fall weather may be dreary, but this bright yellow peacoat is sure to brighten up the darkest of days.

$119.50 at American Eagle.

3 comments October 8th, 2008

F Troupe Leather Tornado in White

F Troupe Leather Tornado in White

It’s the details that make this shoe. The stitches in the leather actually give the shoe texture, and the plaid near the ankle is kind of like the lining of a jacket: it’s a cool detail that only you will know about (your pants will cover the plaid). Understated details like these are the dreams of true Sartorialists everywhere.

$116 at Revolve Clothing.

1 comment September 26th, 2008

Bow Trenchcoat

Bow Trench

Looking for a trench that straddles the line between trendy and classic? Look no further. The trench shape and the check fabric ground this jacket, but the bow makes it more fun and flirty.

$121  (approx) at Topshop.

Add comment August 20th, 2008

APC Madras Narrow Shirt

APC Madras Narrow Shirt


This piece, the result of a Summer collaboration between Jessica Ogden and APC, was in so high demand that A.P.C. restocked its supply when Fall 09 came out. You don’t often see that happen, especially with more upscale designers (it helps kept exclusivity, if nothing else). The color scheme and slouchy fit definitely make this a summer piece, but waiting until next summer to really wear it a lot will be worth it. (Yes, it’s expensive, but the cost per wear you can get out of it can make it reasonably affordable.) Also, I bought this one for myself – and what is a better endorsement than that?

$110  at APC.

Add comment August 6th, 2008

Wool Duffle Bomber

Wool Duffle Bomber

Yeah, this makes us look seasonally dyslexic, but don’t you love this chic wool bomber? We’re digging the toggles and the foldover collar.

$119  at Topshop.

Add comment July 9th, 2008

Hyden Yoo Red White Check Shirt

Hyden Yoo Red White Check Shirt

Great cut in a fantastic color with a subtle pattern.

$146  at Oak.

Add comment July 2nd, 2008

Robert Geller Contrast Collar Shirt

Robert Geller Contrast Collar Shirt

Contrast Collars are fashionable right now. Unfortunately, the contrast collar often conjures up images of Gorden Gekko raking in the dough and scheming people out of their hard earned cash. On top of that, you don’t often see it done casually, at least not well.

This may be an exception. This short sleeve piece comes in a great shade of gray. With a contrast collar and a hidden button placket, it combines two hot trends of the moment. Get it while it (and the trend) is hot.

For $165, you’re paying extra for a superior cut, lightweight fabric and, in Robert Geller, a designer label as well.

$165  at Jake.

Add comment June 11th, 2008

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