Zappos has some great sales on Elizabeth and James shoes today, and I find myself intrigued by these interesting flats. The bows on the vamp strike me as a little preppy, maybe a little sporty, but ultimately I think I like them. I’d wear them with cigarette pants or (if allowed by my office) ankle-length … Read More about Coffee Break – Reba Flats
Our daily TPS reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices. This strikes me as a cute and interesting take on the summer jacket. I like the curved hem and the chevron stripes, the slightly off-kilter buttons, and the black satin lining. While I admire the beachy styling here, for the … Read More about Tuesday’s TPS Report: Jagger Linen-Blend Jacket
Our daily TPS reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices. I’m not normally into the military trend, but something about this blazer just looks fabulous. Love the bit of lining sticking out on the cuffs, placket, and hem (is that satin? silk?) and the color and shape seem flattering and … Read More about Tuesday’s TPS Report: Stretch Wool Military Blazer
Our daily TPS reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices. Happy Splurge Monday! Today, we’re liking this great wool blazer from Elizabeth and James. We like the pleat detail at the hem and at the shoulders, as well as the simple, functional pockets at the hip. We’d wear it with … Read More about Splurge Monday’s TPS Report: Elizabeth and James Edwardian Blazer
Our daily TPS reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices.
We’re loving this cropped, fitted blazer, although not in the picture from Shopbop. This kind of blazer is a perfect way to dress up something with a bit more volume — a slightly billowy dress, t-shirt, or tank. The details are what make this blazer worthy of the splurge (to us, at least) — the silk lining, the 5 buttons at the cuffs, the peplum in the back, and the asymetrical hem. Lovely. It’s $385 at Shopbop.com. Elizabeth and James Panama Blazer
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