If there's one pair of jeans that I have a mad crush on, it's the Rachel Comey Bismark Pant. I have the style (seen here) in Black Wash, and it's hands down the best pair of jeans I've ever owned. The price is high, and I hate to say it, but you get what you pay for. I'm thrilled to see that it's now offered in Dark Indigo. For $295, this is a pair of jeans that you'll love so much you'll probably wear through them. Find them here.
Spring is well underway and summer will soon be upon this. And what does that mean? Besides watermelon, beach trips and bathing suits, it means it's time to bring out your collection of clogs. Or, buy your first pair. Or, I suppose, add to your existing collection. And Rachel Comey is a perfect place to shop. For high end quality at prices that aren't too high end, you can find creative clogs that boast comfort and unique details. These beauties, in Polished Tawny, sell for $435. Find them here.
I visited Paris for my first time last year and when I was there, I picked up a bunch of fashionable treasures. Of everything in my wardrobe, my Parisian finds are constantly on repeat in my weekly outfits. But there's one fashion regret that I have: I didn't get a pair of classic French ballet flats by Repetto. These darling red shoes were as adorable in person as they are in photos. So when I save up some money again, these will be first on my list. They aren't cheap. At $295, they're an investment, but a worthy one. Find them here.
Polyester = bad. Silk = good. There are a bunch of reasons for each of these, but if you've ever worn both in the summer, you know exactly what I mean. Think sticky and sweaty for polyester, smooth and comfortable for silk, which is well worth the investment. And so is a timeless novelty top, especially this one from Des Petits Hauts sold at Smallable.com.
After visiting Paris last year, I developed a fashion crush on Des Petits Hauts, a quintessential Parisian line that's incredibly hard to find in the United States. Cameron Marks in Santa Cruz carries a few pieces in store as does MiraMira, an indie boutique in San Francisco.
I discovered this darling top via MiraMira's Instagram page and when I was recently up in the city I tracked it down and plopped over my birthday gift card to pick it up, and I've loved it ever since. There's only a size 3 left at MiraMira's online shop, so if that's not your fit, you can find it at online store Smallable.com, which sells Des Petits Hauts clothing directly to United States customers. Find it here and enjoy some strawberry ice cream while you're at it.