A timed Ann Taylor sale is now live. Take an extra 50% off sale styles until 6PM with code TICKTOCK.
The Tiered Lace Top worn below is still available in a number of sizes and the corresponding dress is also on sale.
Other interesting designs here: Derby Polka Dot Dress, Colorblock Perforated Leather Mini Bag, Polka Dot Skirt, and Ocean Stripe Top.
|Ann Taylor Tiered Lace Top | J. Crew Classic Schoolboy Blazer in Navy | LOFT Factory Pearl Necklace | | J. Crew Café Trouser in Cotton (reviewed here) | MICHAEL by Michael Kors Selma Large Satchel (buy here + here) | Marc by Marc Jacobs Rose Gold Watch | Michael Antonio Lovie Pumps
I had mentioned in a previous post that I have ambivalent feelings about counterfeiting and copying. I have yet to confront my own moral quandary but would love to have a discussion with those of you who are similarly conflicted. Lissy of a Girl in Boston recently asked her readers where they drew the line between inspiration and creative theft and I hope to expound on the premise of her post.
For those of you who have access to JSTOR, “The Ethics of Counterfeiting in the Fashion Industry: Quality, Credence and Profit Issues” (Hilton, B., Choi, C. J., Chen, S. (2004). Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 55, No. 4, pp. 345-354) is the basis of a future post that I plan to write (having trouble putting pen to paper on this one). If you have other sources I should reference or consider, please leave a comment below or write me an e-mail.