I’m usually super conscious about featuring pretty affordable items, with the occasional more expensive pieces peppered in. But today I just want to look at stuff on my high-end wish list, because every single thing here has legs! So let’s collectively swoon over Nili Lotan’s super luxurious cashmere sweater. I really do think this would be in such maximum rotation in my winter/spring/fall wardrobe that any guilt over the $895 price tag would melt away in no time. The cognac is pretty fabulous too!
I am about to pull the trigger on these classic 1953 Gucci loafers which have been patiently sitting in my cart for a couple of weeks now. I want to wear them with woolly socks and jeans now, and barefoot and everything later!
Not that this is a completely insane purchase, and I know I’ve written about it before, but I am officially addicted to neuBROW, which has transformed my meh eyebrows into full, lush and youthful face-framers (particularly appreciated during mask time). So at $100 a tube (worth every penny, I am telling you), this will always remain on my high-end “wish” list.
I’m thinking if I put on these cool-glamorous Ten Thousand Things diamond studs, I would leave them in for an indefinite period of time!
A good pair of leather pants can work in so many situations (preppy with a blazer, dressy with a silk blouse), and these are a good cut — not too tight or skinny (which just isn’t classic). They’re a soft buttery leather, with a nice crop and read more French chic than rock ‘n roll. In other words, as far as these things go, they’re pretty perfect (and now under $500!)
And here’s an investment for your olfactory pleasure! While Diptyque’s Feu de Bois candle is pretty pricy, nothing makes your environment smell more delicious and woodsy-luxe in the winter, with 90 hours of burn time. p.s. I keep mine on my nightstand, and the scent is so strong it lulls me to sleep without even having to light it!Here’s a forever Il Bisonte schoolboy bag that exudes just enough quiet glamour without screaming “it bag”, while being totally practical. Plus it will only get better with age!
I’ve been eyeing this cozy-cool Fjalraven puffer for a while now and here’s why: I spotted it on effortlessly great-looking mom in Tompkins Square Park last year and when I tried it on, found it to be super warm and not “fashion”, yet it feels totally stylish in an authentic way. You get me?
I love a giant lush stole, and this one by Naked Cashmere is such a good army green!