1 No6 stacked heel loafers | $330
2 Everlane slides (coming soon) | $155
3 Agnes Badoo Sac 2 (handcrafted in California) | $550
4 MSGM sweatshirt dress
5 Reformation Brassiere top (sustainable, Made in the US) | $48
Just a few things that have caught my eye recently. And as usual, when spring comes around, I think about lightening up a little bit and trying to avoid so much black. In practice, I never do, because black lasts longer in my wardrobe, but it’s fun to think about!
1 No6 stacked heel loafers – I’ve had these open in a tab on my browser for weeks. Not to purchase, just to look at and admire every once in a while. I’m drawn to the blue suede, and the style of the shoe, but I’d never wear them in my real-life. If I worked in an office, or had to make an appearance around people more frequently than I do, I’d get these in a second – they’re a wonderful update for spring, and look moderately walkable…
2 Everlane “modern slipper” – coming soon – I love my Emerson Fry slides, but sometimes wish they covered a bit more of my foot. These look wonderful; I’ll try them, and see if they work. I also love the oversized silk top that’s coming on February 25th – I’ll be trying that too.
3 Agnes Badoo sac – This is another thing I’ve been obsessed with for months, and will hopefully be able to purchase at some point (in black though!) after saving up for it. I love the shape, and the outside pocket. It is structured, but not too much so, and I am sure it will loosen up a bit with wear. I like this natural color too, especially after wear/use.
4 MSGM sweatshirt dress – this is another thing I love (in pink!!), but won’t order. It’s just fun to look at!
5 Reformation Brassiere top – I would wear this as a bra, underneath sheer tops, or any top, or to Pure Barre, instead of as a top top, but I wouldn’t begrudge anyone else for wearing it as a top…As with all reformation pieces, it’s sustainable, and made in the US.
What’s catching your eye lately? Are you drawn to lighter colors for spring?