Weekend Link Roundup

This edition of WLR is an especially good one (if I say so myself); every single article is worth reading in full. ♥ The Race to Make the Warmest Winter Clothes (Vox): “Shoppers will pay a premium for high-performance, high-status items. This is essentially how Canada Goose and Moncler, as well as brands like Mackage, Woolrich, and Moose Knuckles, have…
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Mélange (+ Lioness Palermo Blazer Review)

For those looking for an affordable alternative to the Balmain Double-breasted Wool Blazer, you might consider the Lioness Palermo Blazer, which has faults but is a reasonable option considering the price point. At $88.00, the Palermo Blazer is reasonably-priced; if possible, coincide your purchase with a Shopbop store-wide event. It’s no steal, though: The 100% polyester shell can start to look…
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Rose Pink

Happy Friday! Just a short post today highlighting a few good sales. First, the Free People Kate Faux Fur Coat (last seen here) featured in this post is currently on attractive sales at Free People and Nordstrom in three colorways. And a few sales that I am shopping now: ♥ Sale styles at Free People are an extra 25% off…
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Weekly Link Roundup

♥ J. Crew recently added dozens of new styles to its sale section, including the Short-Sleeve Trench Dress in Italian Stretch Wool that was a new arrival mere weeks ago. You can sweeten the price by using the store-wide 30% off code, WKND. Some sale styles are final sale, so proceed with caution. More sale picks: Long-Sleeve Everyday Cashmere Crewneck…
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Review: J. Crew Juliette Collarless Sweater-Blazer

I had previously ranted about oppressive office air-conditioning, but after a space has been cooled or heated within a few degrees of your preferred temperature, you can likely bridge the gap with layers. I always keep a few oversized wraps and knit blazers in my office, as I am barely an endotherm, and having those at the ready has proven…
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