Edgy, modern, and oh so comfy, these new releases from Beklina are a traveler’s dream come true. I have tried the new Beklina Tétouan Loafer (in black) on in real life, and I can vouch for the exceptional comfort of this $240 shoe. It’s well worth the investment. If you’re traveling this upcoming summer (or anytime before then) and will be doing some walking, you don’t want to look like a tourist, right? No sneakers allowed (unless they’re fashion sneakers like AllBirds.) This loafer is the perfect alternative. Its cork bottom and snug leather upper make for a stylish shoe that will attract attention, for all the right reasons. Find them here.
Bulky scarves are so last year. Keep your neck warm without all the heft with one of Beklina’s new Petite Scarves. For $65, you can cozy up in style and simplicity. I’m eyeing the clay and black versions, myself. I might have to snap up two of them and hope for the winter to stick around a little bit longer.
Lately, I've been crushing on colors that are in the rust spectrum. (It happens to be a fabulous shade on redheads.) And this darling cropped sweater from Rachel Comey (which I found at Beklina.com) instantly caught my eye, especially for its simple but perfect details. With a waffle kind of texture, raised seams, and a mock turtleneck, this is one simple top that's not so simple. Find it here.
One of my favorite things to do every day to stimulate my creativity and imagination, as well as spark my fashion interests, is to visit Beklina.com. Angelina Rennell, the owner of the website and the design label, Beklina, never ceases to surprise me with her creative fashion curation at her Web shop.
Case in point: This striking "Leather Moto Jacket in Blush Ponyhair and Black Polkadots." Sure, it's out of my price range at $980, but someone with that kind of spending cash should scoop it up. It's one-of-a-kind, just like everything else that Rennell finds.