Posts Tagged ‘Mango’
I am picky, picky when it comes to my t-shirts, and have lately been making the rounds to find some nice and not-too-pricey ones for summer—a season which, in my experience, can be hell on clothes. So far, Mango is the one to beat: this slouchy number is made of 100% viscose, but it’s the good kind of acrylic: super-soft and—trust me on this—completely breathable. And the price—under $15!—makes me feel so much better about the big berry pie stain I’ll likely be gifting it with come July.
And not just any embroidered tops, but embroidered tops with something unexpected going on in the way of pattern, and with a tight color palette, which you know is a thing with me.* I lingered over but didn’t buy this one when I was at Mango the other day, and have been regretting it ever since.
A splurgy option from Suno with really exquisite handiwork.
Is deco ethnic a thing? Because that’s the vibe this top gives off to me.
*I know, I know. They’re all sleeveless. But that’s what cotton cardigans are for.
Tube skirts are as comfortable as the day is long, unrestrictive, and—if you take care to find a good one, and pair it with the right top—not quite so tricky as they seem. I bought this one from Maria Cornejo not long ago. It wasn’t cheap, but sucks you in like you’re wearing Spanx from hip to knee.
A little bit of strategic ruching works wonders for those of us with less than diminutive hips.
The peaked hem on this (quite reasonably priced) option is a nice little touch.
For me, some degree of hip and butt coverage is essential here—but I don’t go too big, as the silhouette starts to get weird. This draped front top dips satisfyingly low in back and has a nice amount of interest up front.
I like a tee that has enough volume to provide coverage, but not so much that it will add unnecessary bulk. (I also like that this one also comes in a decent assortment of shades.)
A crisp oversize cotton button-down is exactly what I’ll want to be pairing it with come summertime.
As will a big old blousy tunic.
When worn with a black cardigan, leggings, and boots, this could not be more completely out of my playbook.
Those of you keeping track of these things might recall that some time ago, I did a post on all black clothes that came out on the expensive side. So I issued an IOU for a Cheap and Chic redo, and today, reader, the goods are delivered. First up: this flared coat is right out of the French ingenue playbook.
Oversize alligator satchels always strike me as very very dotty rich British girl.
Impossible but devastatingly true: this chocolatey-rich faux-shearling jacket rings in at $89.
Who cares if you’ve already got a few? Life requires a big huggy cardigan to suit every mood.
A trouser that’s on the skinny—but not asphyxiating—side.
The black face Timex has more style than watches ten times its price.
Dead solid classic.