I recently worked on a project where I had to find some goods on Amazon. Since it’s not the most glamorous shopping experience for clothing and accessories, it took me a looong time to weed through the obvious designer stuff and unmentionables until I got a nice little edit. Now I did the same for you and I will begin with this crazy dress that could pass for Maria Cornejo or maybe even Marimekko. Makes a great cover-up and city piece too. So while you’re putting household items like toothpaste and sponges in your cart, why not treat yourself to something a bit more exciting?
On the practical tip, here’s a four-pack of pretty lace hipster briefs by Amazon Essentials. There are 7 different color combos, including all black.
So a while back when we were still shopping freely around town, I was obsessing over the cute little dangly heart hoops on the super cool shop girl at 6397. They were a high school gift from her dad and were the sweet and girlie counterpart to her punky cropped hair and boho style. Needless to say, I wanted some, stat and began searching online for days. Finally I settled on this cute pair for $12.99 and I love them. p.s. Just to be transparent, they did break once, but the company sent a replacement right away.
Roomy overalls are an easy way to look cool (and keep comfy), and they’re only $15.99!
I know I just wrote about my favorite rubber sandals but what a great excuse to mention them once again!
This Anne Cole maillot is like the ideal ’70s leotard and has handy adjustable straps.
I have a weakness for a classic Baja hoodie — aka drug rug (so good for summer nights) and this is such a chic stripe. Check out all the others, too.
It seems like the it bag of the season is a sturdy raffia one. This toostie roll bag has rich leather straps and is the right price.
How about a colorful Indian wrap skirt to throw over that maillot for a ’70s camp counselor vibe?
And I would wear this denim Greek fisherman cap at the beach and in the rain for maximum beat-upness!