Best of the Week 12/30/16

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As I was putting this list together, I realized everything was the same color, so think of it as the special all-black edition. First off, my husband so generously got me A Detacher’s brilliant wrap sweater for Hanukkah — it’s like a classic ballerina warm-up top except that it’s longer and super luxurious in soft alpaca. I already have it in honey and now I can’t get enough of this one (over tee shirts, dresses, you name it!)

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I almost did back flips when I saw this classic LL Bean Bag in blackest black. I ordered it with my initials in black (even though they recommend platinum) and I cannot wait to break it in!
Picked up these near-perfect mules on sale at Oak and haven’t looked back (they’re especially cute with thick wool socks).
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My awesome and thoughtful mother-in-law gave me a Boscia Cleansing sponge for Christmas and it really does make washing your face that much better. Thanks, Irene!
And I keep reaching for my cute cropped Madewell black jeans which show off ankle boots (and those mules!) so well.
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7 Comments

  • December 30, 2016

    caroline

    That llbean bag in black…yes
    Black on black is the only way I would ever,ever do monogram.
    I live in Lilly Pulitzer country…

  • December 30, 2016

    Edie

    I am a huge fan of Konjac sponges and they are biodegradable! Boscia is definitely one of the best brands that make Konjac sponges.

  • December 30, 2016

    S

    Perfect! Happy Chanukah! xx

  • December 30, 2016

    Mary Helen

    Ordered the bag and next up…..cropped blacked jeans! Will take a peek at the mules after I make a trip to the Madewell site. Thanks!

  • December 31, 2016

    ROSEMARY ANDRADE

    I’m loving this bag! What style did you get your initials monogrammed in? I’m digging the black on black! So chic

    • December 31, 2016

      alinett

      I think the one I got is called “classic” xx

  • January 1, 2017

    Rebecca

    Cool