Friday, October 31st 2014

Style Steal: MLM LABEL Skirt

Don’t be mistaken, we’re willing to pay for our fashion, but when a find comes along that’s cool, forward, and under $200, it makes our style-loving hearts skip a beat. In this weekly feature, we’ll highlight some of the best style steals on the pages of Shopbop.com.

The Steal: MLM LABEL Skirt

The Price: $165.00 (USD)

Why it’s worth it: It’s a classic pencil skirt with a dash of extra flair.

Shop this MLM LABEL Flip Hem Pencil Skirt

 

 

 

 


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Thursday, October 30th 2014

The Daily Find: LELET NY Headband

We know you’re obsessively checking What’s New every day. We’re right there with you, picking a new favorite every morning with The Daily Find.

The Find: LELET NY Kat Headband

This headband should have a spot in your closet because it adds sparkling, whimsical flair to any outfit.

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Tuesday, October 28th 2014

The Daily Find: Tibi Booties

We know you’re obsessively checking What’s New every day. We’re right there with you, picking a new favorite every morning with The Daily Find.

The Find: Tibi Carson Embossed Booties

These booties should have a spot in your closet because sleek details make the classic moto silhouette feel refined.

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Tuesday, October 28th 2014

Borrowed from the Bikers: The Moto Jacket


The classic moto jacket.

We probably can’t tell you anything you don’t already know about the moto jacket, but be assured that it will make any outfit 150% cooler. New shapes and fabrics make it easy to transition into cool seasons, and with clever layering, the moto jacket can be worn all year round.

Rock-n-roll and oh so feminine: a Whistles leather biker jacket puts an edgy spin on a Band of Outsiders miniskirt, Sincerely Jules tee, and Opening Ceremony platform sneakers (similar).

Whether you opt for a classic androgynous shape—like this Pierre Balmain belted moto jacket—or a more fitted silhouette, the timeless piece will look effortlessly cool. Paired with J Brand skinnies and downtown sneakers, it exudes rock-n-roll attitude, while throwing it on over a softer look creates balance, playing up the feminine aesthetic. Cropped moto jacket + floral dress = always a win.


A relaxed Free People moto jacket balances out an airy mini dress. A sleek Band of Outsiders leather moto jacket with zipper detailing dresses up a casual maxi dress.

If you’re not quite ready to commit to full-on biker chic, maybe a moto vest is a more your speed. Constructed in everything from shearling and faux leather to suiting, this versatile style makes a low-key statement without sacrificing edge.

The J Brand Ready-to-Wear Madisyn leather vest pairs as easily with a summer tank as it does with fall flannel.

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--Val

Tuesday, October 28th 2014

The Daily Find: Three Floor Dress

We know you’re obsessively checking What’s New every day. We’re right there with you, picking a new favorite every morning with The Daily Find.

The Find: Three Floor Coverstar Dress

This dress should be hanging in your closet because intricate details make it truly one of a kind.

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Monday, October 27th 2014

The Daily Find: KIMEM Top

We know you’re obsessively checking What’s New every day. We’re right there with you, picking a new favorite every morning with The Daily Find.

The Find: KIMEM Jacky Top

This top should be hanging in your closet because a front slit shows just a touch of skin under demure wool suiting.

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Friday, October 24th 2014

Style Steal: Electric Love Army Tee

Don’t be mistaken, we’re willing to pay for our fashion, but when a find comes along that’s cool, forward, and under $200, it makes our style-loving hearts skip a beat. In this weekly feature, we’ll highlight some of the best style steals on the pages of Shopbop.com.

The Steal: Electric Love Army Tee

The Price: $112.00 (USD)

Why it’s worth it: The unique material and boxy fit make it a stand-out piece for your wardrobe.

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Thursday, October 23rd 2014

The Daily Find: Yigal Azrouel Scarf

We know you’re obsessively checking What’s New every day. We’re right there with you, picking a new favorite every morning with The Daily Find.

The Find: Yigal Azrouel Raining Dogs Scarf

This scarf should be hanging in your closet because it's unbelievably soft and features a whimsical dog print.

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Wednesday, October 22nd 2014

The Daily Find: For Love & Lemons Top

We know you’re obsessively checking What’s New every day. We’re right there with you, picking a new favorite every morning with The Daily Find.

The Find: For Love & Lemons Rosette Lace Top

This top should be hanging in your closet because delicate lace and scalloped edges craft a piece that's romantic and sexy.

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Tuesday, October 21st 2014

Interview with Gillian & Laura, Designers of For Love & Lemons

Laura Hall and Gillian Mahin, designers of For Love & Lemons.

Designers Gillian Mahin and Laura Hall draw their inspiration from a little bit of everywhere, but their fall collection takes them back to their roots: Jackson Hole, WY. With lots of lace, the duo’s brand For Love & Lemons specializes in romantic, yet edgy silhouettes just begging to be worn. Shopbop got a chance to talk shop with Gillian and Laura about what’s next for the brand.

SHOPBOP: Your fall line is gorgeous. How did you settle on the direction for this one?
GILLIAN & LAURA: Thank you! Well, settling on the direction was easy for this one. We are both from Jackson Hole, WY, and have always wanted to design a collection based on our roots to show people where For Love & Lemons all started! Fall is the perfect time for this collection because Jackson is very rustic and all country. We had a lot of fun playing with vintage prints that have paisley, washed-out flowers, and little cowboys on them. We also used heavier fabrics like corduroy and faux suede. This collection was so important to us because we wanted people to see how much growing up in a small country town really shaped us as designers and our brand as a whole.

SB: All the shows for spring just ended, but we’re guessing you’re already looking ahead. What can we expect to see next?
G & L: Spring is our favorite collection to design for. It's around the time that everyone has cabin fever and is completely over wearing too many layers of dark colors. So we really go wild with spring! You can expect to see a lot of bright vintage-looking prints, sheer layers of burnout chiffon, lacy pastel crop-top and skirt sets, and some pretty incredible engineered embroidery. Everything is bold, airy, and will leave you craving a tropical getaway.

The For Love & Lemons studio space in L.A.

SB: What is the best part about working with your best friend?
G & L: We laugh A LOT. Even when things are stressful, we always find a way to make light of it and reminisce on things that we overcame that were much more difficult. And we always have each other’s backs! We know that we are in it together and no one is trying to outdo the other. And lastly, we get to go on "business trips" together everywhere, which can feel like mini vacations when you are with your best friend.  

SB: When you’re your own boss, it can be hard to strike a balance between work and play. How do you ladies do it?
G & L: We know that when we are at work, we work, because no one else is going to do it for us! And as soon as the day is over, we go across the street and get a glass of wine and go into BFF mode again. But if one of us is having a bad day at work, we know how important it is to put things aside for a bit and go have a little fun. We have found a good balance through trial and error.

From the For Love & Lemons collection: Eternal Love dress, Grace Mini dress, and Potpourri dress.

SB: What office styling advice do you have for someone who wants to be stylish, but still has a dress code?
G & L: Well it all depends on the dress code, but there is a way to have fun with it. We believe you should always keep it professional and sleek: you want to look like a boss lady who knows what she is doing. But if you have to wear suits and pumps, play around with a nice-fitting pantsuit, something high-waisted that shows off your figure—we are really into that trend right now. Add some feminine accessories to it. Or switch up your basic blouse and throw on a pretty print or lace, something to show your own personal taste. The key is to always be able to pull one piece from your closet that you adore without overdoing it! 

SB: Just for fun: favorite restaurant in L.A.?
G & L: It's hard to pick one, so here are our top three: Sugarfish, Bestia, and Pace.

SB: Describe your personal style, in three words or less.
G: ’90s, minimalist, lacy.
L: Simple, slinky, sheer.

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