November 22nd, 2013

Loopy Love

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Yesterday, after I posted on resort hitting the stores, I hit the stores. The new pieces at Céline are truly lust-worthy– we will all be wearing long, tunic style white shirts this spring. Then, at Barneys, this Altuzarra open-knit top caught my eye. Thankfully I was wearing a black tank under my sweater, otherwise, trying it on would have been risqué. Paired with black pants now, then white in the spring, this was a keeper.

Wonder why designer sweaters are so expensive? The WSJ did too in ‘Sticker Shock” .


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Kellen ribbed cotton-blend tunic


Brixton horsebit-detailed leather collapsible-heel loafers


Emma shirtdress


Eva silk crepe de chine blouse


Linen-blend culottes


Crossover velvet flatform sandals


Quant leopard-print calf hair ankle boots


GV3 small textured-leather and suede shoulder bag


Almeria leather wedge espadrilles


Patch-pocket cotton coat


Bilbao mini tote


Ginger embellished two-tone textured-leather pumps

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  • Wow, I have a virtually identical sweater, but in navy. It is by Vince, from about 2 years ago. Same open weave and lace up at the neck-the only difference is the tassel ( and the price tag.) Glad to see it will be stylish this year.

    EBNovember 22nd, 2013  11:15 AM

  • Maybe you can summarize the article for those of us that cannot read it without a paid subscription.

    PindaNovember 22nd, 2013  2:06 PM

  • I have a similar sweater. I adore it but would love some hints on how to avoid catching the multiple openings on every share corner, rack and nail in my store!

    DavidaNovember 22nd, 2013  5:56 PM

  • Pinda, I believe that once this weekend’s issue of the WSJ comes out tomorrow, you’ll be able to click on the link that Preston provided and read the article without paying for a subscription. Their women’s fashion articles are the best.

    kimNovember 22nd, 2013  8:17 PM

  • I too wanted to read that article and can’t.

    PaulaNovember 23rd, 2013  8:00 AM

  • Nope – can’t read it. Too bad! I have no reason to subscribe…

    bisbeeNovember 23rd, 2013  8:54 AM


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