Loving This Week: Eel Skin Boots + Corduroy Crops

Monday, September 11, 2017 • Permalink • 

COS Jumper - Estee Lauder x Victoria Beckham Makeup - Trademark Boots - J. Hannah Necklace - Marc Jacobs Pants

I definitely have a mad case of ready-for-fall. I’m ready to be cozy in layers of soft fabrics and chic boots. Corduroy, jewel-colored boots, and boucle knits have all turned my head this week. How about you?

Check out all of my favorite online shopping finds for the week…

1. COS Boucle Wool Jumper, $99.00
COS has quickly become my favorite store. Their pieces are the just-right combination of quality, affordability, and modern minimalist style. And, unlike just about every other affordable clothing line, all of their fabrics genuinely look expensive, even up close. I never worry that I’ll order something online and it will show up looking like a polyester dishrag. This sweater is just my latest find.

2. Estee Lauder x Victoria Beckham Aura Gloss, $45.00
All of the new Victoria Beckham makeup line -- her second for Estee Lauder -- looks glamorous and fabulous, but this golden highlighter gloss feels particularly special. I haven’t seen another product quite like it. It’s a high-shine clear gloss with gold shimmer that both highlights the skin and blurs the appearance of pores. How fun is that?

3. Trademark Mira Eel Skin Boots, $798.00
I don’t even know what to do with navy blue eel skin boots. They’re too amazing. Too beautiful. Luckily, I can’t afford them. But, still.

4. J. Hannah Balance Necklace, from $165.00 ($385.00 as shown)
This necklace is stunning in both its simplicity and proportion. The collection was designed to mimic the geometry of the collar bones. This necklace is handmade to order in 14k white, yellow, or rose gold, or sterling silver, with your choice of cable or box chain. So many options.

5. Marc Jacobs Cropped Pants, $395.00
I’m silly excited that corduroy is back in style for fall. The fabric is full of chilly fall grade school memories in the best possible way. And it just looks like a bunch of cozy fun, particularly when it’s done up in sand colored wide-wale like these Marc Jacobs crops.