Loving This Week: Brightening Cleanser + White Loafers

Sunday, June 02, 2019 • Permalink • 

3X1 + Jason Wu Jeans - Everlane Loafers - J.Crew Tee - Indie Lee Cleanser - Marc Jacobs Tote

Check out a few of my favorite online shopping picks for the week…

1. 3X1 + Jason Wu Paneled High-Rise Slim-Leg Jeans, $295.00
I’ve had these new jeans from the 3X1 + Jason Wu collab out on Rent the Runway Unlimited for the last month (use my link to try RTR for $59 for the first month, regularly $159). I can’t give them back. They just look so good! So often these super high-fashion collaborations look great on models, but horrible in real life. These jeans look just as fabulous on a real-world body as they do in this image. I’m going to end up buying them.

2. Everlane Day Loafer, $155.00
White loafers are the perfect spring-to-summer transition shoe. They are light and airy, but with flat shoe practicality. They toughen up summer florals and make denim and a crisp white tee look a bit more polished. Just remember to waterproof before wearing.

3. J.Crew Factory Featherweight Slub Cotton Tee, 3 for $35.00 (was $19.50)
Speaking of crisp white tees… this is my current favorite basic tee shirt. I love the worn-in look and slouchy silhouette. Plus, if you catch them on sale the price is low enough to buy fresh tees every year or two so that you can keep that crisp white tee look.

4. Indie Lee Brightening Cleanser, $34.00
This multi-purpose cleanser, makeup remover, and mask from green beauty line Indie Lee is the real deal. I tried a sample packet over the weekend while on a quick trip to So Cal. It legitimately made my skin glow after just one use, even after 48 hours of poor eating and too little sleep.

5. Marc Jacobs Redux Grunge East/West Tote, $134.98 (was $225.00)
This tote, available in three different botanical wallpaper prints, is part of last season’s 25th anniversary celebration of the iconic 1993 Marc Jacobs for Perry Ellis grunge collection. It’s a fun throwback wrapped in a super useful tote bag design. Ideal for schlepping your stuff back and forth to work.