A very nearly perfect army jacket that doesn’t cost a ton.
I’ve been wanting a quilt in the worst way for the longest time now, and I’m not entirely sure what it’s about: they’re cozy and home-y, but traditional in a way that I’m not. So it’s unsurprising that the ones I’m drawn to are on the modern side mostly, and it turns out that Etsy is crawling with shops selling really cool contemporary specimens. I like this red-on-white number because it’s actually not too too far from traditional, but would not be out of place in my home, which is anything but.
I just really like the color palette here.
This would look so cool in my bedroom, which is all shades of black, white, and grey, that I might just have to pull the trigger. I love the subtle shards of color throughout.
And this is actually a baby quilt, and a rather pricey one at that, but boy is it gorgeous.
Another one I could easily imagine living with.
Here are a few new arrivals from Madewell, all for under $100, and starting with this Mexican embroidered blouse, which I think is stinking cute.
This midi column dress is nice and slouchy but not too boxy (click through to see how it fits the model) and would be perfect for weekends.
I always like canvas and leather combined, so this tote is right up my alley.
Today, I bring you denim jackets with a little something different going on, like this collarless number from Madewell, which I didn’t like at first, and then decided I really liked.
I know, this one from Etoile Isabel Marant is pricey, but the beading at the collar is just too good.
White denim is always cool, and the sherpa lining is just a plus.
Another nice collarless option, this one a little more pared-down.
And why not a red denim jacket, I ask you?
Finally, I couldn’t resist throwing in this Carhartt jacket, because I love Carhartt anything.