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Monday Perusal

Jacket: Uniqlo | Sweater: Gap
   Jeans: Frame | Shoes: Coclico
    Purse | Mansur Gavriel 
     I plan to get back on the posting horse with a few recent outfits and some additional fun conference dressing. Also, here is a link roundup, because it has been a while and a lot has happened. 

For your early-week perusal:
1. There really is no other place to start than the dress. What did you think? I loved the tiara but wished the sleeves had fit better. I was also going to argue she needed more embellishment but then Robin Givhan changed my mind.

2. A look at what the wedding guests wore (I think Serena Williams and David Beckham were my winners) (GoFugYourself).

3. An interview with game-changing stylist, Patricia Field on the 20 year anniversary of the premiere of SATC. As an aside, Patricia Field and I and her dog were once the only people on an early morning sidewalk and I chickened out of saying hi (Fashionista).

4. An look at Fashion's Women Problem (NYT).

5. Interesting. Walmart has quietly launched Jetblack, a ‘members-only’ personal shopping service for affluent city moms. It is spearheaded by a Rent-the-Runway co-founder. 

6. I love museums, and so of course thought this was charming (New Yorker). 

And lastly...


  1. I was also a bit surprised by Meghan's dress (since the only basis I had to form expectations was Kate's dress and Diana's dress), but it really grew on me. She looked so beautiful!

    Interesting concept for JetBlack. I think I'm in a demographic that can at least sort of understand what they're going for, though not sure how it'll work out because there's so much competition in that space. I probably would consider getting items from Walmart.com if the price was right (in general, I've found Target to be the best place for online shopping for household staples - helped along by the 5% discount when using the Target Red Card). Though part of me does gravitate away from Walmart companies because of their poor labor practices at Walmart.

    1. I agree re. JetBlack. One part that stood out to me was the idea of ordering something via text, which sounds like it could be convenient, just being able to text like "paper towels" but I think in reality might just be overkill.