This little feature has become quite popular on the blog since it’s inception last year, so much so that some people actually
purchase the products included…that’s right, can you imagine being that #blessed? So from now on there will be direct links to each product for your spending-pleasure.
Savings accounts are for the weak, I say.
I’m so predictable. $894. Saint Laurent star-appliquéd suede boots,
V V practical! (depending on what you consider ‘practical’) $453. Loeffler Randall vera mules,
Those “track pants” all the cool kids were wearing at fashion week last month. $385. Isabel Marant cropped stretch-knit pants,
Accountant chic! $345. Self-Portrait one shoulder cotton shirt,
Very winter-appropriate. $385. Georgia Alice one-shoulder cotton top,
The most expensive Italian napkin you’ll ever buy. $1,643. Rosie Assoulin gingham ruffled top,
Probably see-through. $735. Isabel Marant alda midi skirt,
I bet you didn’t know you needed this until right now! $760. Ellery amaretto skirt,
V V classy. $636. Aquazzura heartbreaker pump,
Feeling V emotional about this whole look. $1,145. Raey short shearling coat,
Sometimes I have to ask myself if I like something because I like it or because it’s Gucci. It’s usually the latter. $3,193. Gucci lurex pleated dress,
. A faux-fur jacket with a real-fur price tag god bless. $900 Sandy Liang faux leopard print coat,
Ellery misaki skirt, $840. Equal parts fun and unaffordable!
This list makes no sense. $785. Shrimps embellished faux fur,
We both know I would literally never wear this. $3,447. Rosie Assoulin ruffled gauze-trimmed top,
The closest we will ever get to Parisian chic. $516. Isabel Marant embroidered linen top,