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sparkly stunner

This sequined statement arrived just in time for my trip back to NYC this weekend (hello, high school reunion!) It's seriously insane--and bound to go in a blink of an eye!

spot check

$109, nine west

Yesterday afternoon I was reminded how chic (read: essential) leopard print heels are at--of all places--my son's flag football game. A CEO friend of mine had on a pair that seductively/successfully meowed from the sidelines. 

1. Rixo London silk wrap dress, $430, netaporter.com
2. Anne Sisteron rose gold ruby climber, $315, annesisteron.com
3. Anne Sisteron rose and diamond climber, $370, annesisteron.com
4. Elleme leather tote, $540, shopbop.com
5. Nine West leopard print sandals, $109, ninewest.com

super staple

Free People turtleneck sweater

Found: the slouchy, goes-with-everything, you-never-want-to-take-it-off, cozy tutleneck sweater! For those who could use more than one (me!), it comes in six different colors, plus costs under $150. I like the fall-perfect terracotta, above, as well as the indispensable black. (P.S. The cute leopard print slip skirt can also be found here.)

faux fur faves

Faux fur will be once again flying this winter, but this time it's all about its likeness to the real thing. The length is also short and sweet--wearable with both dresses and pants. I'm in! And could cozy up in any of these versions from Staud (below, on sale!),  Topshop And Other Stories, J.Crew, and Nili Lotan.

spotlight stealer

$520, matches
My father is going to be honored for his work at a fancy gala in New York in a few weeks, and I might just steal some of his spotlight by showing up in this sparkly wonder! (P.S. I don't think he'd mind! P.P.S. This will also set the holiday party circuit alight!)

1. Self Portrait sequin dress, $520, matchesfashion.com
2. Isabel Marant asymmetric earrings, $355, shopbop.com
3. Like Dreams clutch, $61, nordstrom.com
4. Proenza Schouler for Lancome Nail Polish in Pure Nude, $20, neimanmarcus.com
5. Isabel Marant sandals, $695, netaporter.com

pixie picks

I gotta say Pixie Market is making fall dressing look effortless yet extra chic--in other words, so up my alley. (P.S. This is not a paid post--just the plain old truth!) Any of these outfits would have me up and running, without a fortune spent or pre-work brain damage. And I love how you can them piecemeal, too, both on and off-duty. What more can you want? Shop it all here. And, oh, in the spirit of super versatile clothing, how good are these perfectly-cut, wear-everywhere AGOLDE jeans and cashmere H&M joggers? Yes, please!


fall florals

Well into fall, floral dresses are still blooming everywhere, and I'm going to keep wearing mine with wintry midi/knee-high boots, such as these, these and these. Recently, I snapped up this Asos floral dress, this Mango (Marni-ish) midi and this byTimo lace-trimmed gem. I'd also love to add into my rotation these lovelies from Le Superbe, BB Dakota (with a oversized black blazer over it), and Self Portrait. P.S. The dress/boot combo might just be the easiest get-up-and-go-chic uniform of all time!


$478, shopbop

I love downtown New Yorker Maryam Nassir Zadeh's lace-up pump--a cool update on a closet classic. 

1. ATM white t-shirt, $85, netaporter.com
2. Joseph blazer, $1045, matchesfashion.com
3. RE/DONE jeans, $270, netaporter.com
4. Anne Sisteron white gold and diamond ring, $380, annesisteron.com
5. EF Collection pave pinkie ring, $1850, shopbop.com
6. Balenciaga bag, $1690, neimanmarcus.com
7. Maryam Nassier Zadeh lace-up pumps, $495, shopbop.com

blazing success

An indoor blazer that also works as an outdoor jacket is a rare and special breed--exactly the kind my wardrobe needs. I'm crushed that the And Other Stories one, above, is sold out in my size, so I searched for other viable versions that will come in handy when I travel to Rome in a few weeks (when the average daily temperature is 62 degrees). So far, I've come across these hard-workers from Ganni, Isabel Marant Etoile, Stella McCartney, and Madewell. P.S. Love how this kind of jacket not only does double duty, but carries the whole outfit!

anne klein's archives

When I was a little girl, I would play dress-up in my mother's clothes, most of which were by Anne Klein, and pretend I was a sophisticated woman. So, you can only imagine my delight when the editors at Harper's Bazaar and Shop Bazaar asked me to "dress up" in the best and still chic vintage Anne Klein clothing for a photo shoot this past summer. To celebrate the brand's 50th anniversary, they've curated an amazing assortment of office to off-duty pieces that are eternally stylish--i.e. would fold seamlessly into my wardrobe. You have to check it all out here!
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