There’s A Lot To Love at Mango Right Now

 

 

It’s no secret that a lot of my favorite pieces have come form here, because the people behind the Mango curtain seem to always know what we’re craving or needing, and do such a great job bringing it with the classics and trends. Plus, they often use natural fabrics and nothing is ever too out of reach price wise. I will start our stroll through the site with this perfect minimal brown shirt dress (made from breathable, silky cupro) that is so easy with flip flops or classic huaraches, but can be worn for more serious situations too.

 

These brown paperbag jeans remind me of something I had in high school, yet they’re not completely ironic, just a tad fun and a great alternative to plain chinos.

 

This chic sun hat Is not unlike that fabulous Ganni one I posted a couple of weeks ago.

 

When is a polo shirt not a ho-hum, preppie piece? When it’s a pretty, lacy one just like this.

 

I love a good classic denim skirt in the summer, and here’s a faded frayed hem one that fits the bill. Would be super cute with these old-school Worishofers.

 

How about a crisp white dress that is at once tailored and feminine, to make as understated or fancy as you want?  

 

This straw tote makes the perfect summer city bag, thanks to the rich-looking leather-like trim. Plus it has a handy drawstring cotton lining, so your things stay secure.

 

This pretty peasant-y dress is 100% cotton, so of course a great, breezy summer piece (also cute in the fall with boots!)

 

I love that cupro dress so much, I figured I should add its sister shirt, which works with all kinds of trousers and jeans.

 

1950’s gym class sneakers are a nice break from all that high tech stuff out there.

 

This easy wrap sarong skirt works at the beach and beyond. You could even add a simple black tank, big hoops and strappy heels should you so desire.

 

 

The eighties vibe of this slightly boxy denim jacket with a cinch-able waist makes it feel more “fashion” than a basic Levi’s one.

 

And these chic and sexy leather mules are giving me real old-school Prada vibes.

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  1. Two years ago I visited a couple of Mango stores when I was in Ireland and Scotland, curious because everything looked fabulous on the website. But IRL there was a lot of bad polyester that looked cheap and matronly. They have upped their game since then. I just received a 100% cotton blouse that I love that was reduced from $50 to $35. Can’t beat that. Their fabrics and style have improved, and bags look better. I’m 5’6″ and I’ve had to return a few shirts that were just too long and gigantic, but if you choose carefully, or let Andrea choose for you, there are treasures and cheap thrills at Mango.

    1. Mimi that’s really helpful. Side note: Andrea would you ever consider letting us know who advertisers are on your posts? I know some bloggers do for transparency sake

    2. Hi Jen. Most retailers are in what is called an affiliate network and bloggers get a small percentage of sales. Having said that, I only write about what I love and lots of times that includes things that are not in that network. There are plenty of brands that are in the network that I’m just not into so I don’t write about them. Hope that helps! xx

    3. Hi Jen. Most retailers are in what is called an affiliate network and bloggers get a small percentage of sales. Having said that, I only write about what I love and lots of times that includes things that are not in that network. There are plenty of brands that are in the network that I’m just not into so I don’t write about them. Hope that helps! xx

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