February 2nd, 2015
Three Key Pieces

Spring Uniform

Bag by The Row

Last winter I posted that I was on the hunt for a denim skirt and I still regret that I didn’t buy the Miu Miu one. Now, I’m determined because I intend to make a denim skirt the foundation of my spring uniform. Unfortunately, the AG + Alexa Chung skirt did not suit me but, this one is pretty straight forward. The navy bag by The Row is irresistible.

Skirt, bag, clogs and here.


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Chunky large hoops


Trio bag


High neck sweater in double face Shetland cashmere


Wrap skirt in wool felt


Elliptic Heel nappa lambskin ankle boot


Signet ring


Square sunglasses


Coat in double face cashmere


Crew neck sweater in double face shetland wool and cashmere


Elliptic Heel nappa lambskin ankle boot


Baroque hoops


Knot ring made of vermeil

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  • I like all 3 items. I have to question the clogs…for an item like that, in my opinion, it’s silly, ridiculous, unnecessary (pick your descriptive term) to spend $900 on clogs like that because they are YSL. Similar clogs can be purchased for less than $200. These are not, in my opinion again, special or innovative enough to spend that money. Maybe you could give alternatives when there are many. These are not “high fashion” or “designer” except for the name.

    bisbeeFebruary 2nd, 2015  10:02 AM

  • Love these pieces…especially those clogs!!

    JenniferFebruary 2nd, 2015  10:11 AM

  • Three great pieces. Have had the clogs in and out of my shopping bag at NAP about 25 times. Ordering them in what is probably the wrong size right now (as my normal size is sold out)

    KathyFebruary 2nd, 2015  10:19 AM

  • Bisbee, that’s why there’s a link to the No.6 store…

    PrestonFebruary 2nd, 2015  10:50 AM

  • I would love to see what tops you pair with these items!

    JillFebruary 2nd, 2015  11:00 AM

  • All the pieces are great. I do agree with Bisbee’s comment and wouldn’t spend that price for a clog, but I do like the refined, un-clunky look of these and the brown stained wood bottom.

    AprilFebruary 2nd, 2015  12:10 PM

  • Agree with bisbee on the price of the clogs. Right along the lines of those Marc Jacobs/Dr. Scholl’s sandals.

    kimFebruary 2nd, 2015  12:31 PM

  • Sorry Preston – didn’t click on that link! You are providing more reasonably priced alternatives!

    bisbeeFebruary 2nd, 2015  12:54 PM

  • Love these three easy pieces! Denim skirt is definitely a fresh take on the jeans uniform we have been wearing for so long. I marched off to junior high in this basic outfit, with a ‘poor boy’ turtleneck sweater or with a collar shirt and crochet (ugh!) vest. My bag was suede and had fringe.
    The price tag reflects their glossy ads, highly paid photographers and models who are no doubt living well on some fabulous island . . . it’s not the materials or production costs.

    PaulaFebruary 2nd, 2015  1:21 PM

  • No.6 has amazing clogs (I admit that I have three pairs and am getting the mid-heel two straps in blush pink for this summer) and I can’t wait to wear them in spring. That bag is absolutely wonderful and now I have a new obsession….

    C.MicholFebruary 2nd, 2015  1:29 PM

  • Always have loved a denim skirt. My vote/fave clogs are those by Swedish Hasbeens. I even have their clog boots. They are a great make for narrow feet.

    JustineFebruary 2nd, 2015  5:23 PM

  • I eagerly clicked on the link to see some inspired Spring pieces, and these are just…boring. A denim mini skirt, another pair of clogs, and another cross body bag (although this color is nice). I know, I know, foundation pieces. But still….

    PindaFebruary 2nd, 2015  8:35 PM

  • I have 2 pair of clogs by Cordani that are a great height and super comfortable!! Love the post!

    Cari BeckerFebruary 3rd, 2015  9:12 AM


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