Staff Favorites for Transitioning into Fall

Its that time of the year where we are transitioning into fall, even though it is still hot out we have some great pieces that are perfect to wear now and then layer for the cooler weather. Some of our favorite new designers we’ve just recently started carrying are Simon Miller denim, Shaina Mote, & Henrik Vibskov.

Simon Miller denim is made from Japanese fabrics, hand dyed with indigo, & aged with advanced washing treatments for a vintage, clean feel. We love the classic Roy, perfectly distressed, & a casual fit for everyday wear. These jeans are incredibly versatile, pair with a plain t-shirt & sliders and you are ready for a hot summer day, or for when the weather gets cooler pair them with a slouchy sweater and some ankle booties.

Simon Miller Classic Roy $396.00

Shaina Mote is based out of California, she creates pieces that are sustainable & minimal. One of our favorites is the tie waist, dolman sleeve Ida dress. This beauty is such an interesting take on the classic LBD, it is so easy to transition this piece from summer to fall. Pair with simple black sandals for the summer, and into the fall with boots and tights.

Shaina Mote Ida Dress $308.00

Henrik Vibskov is one of our most interesting designers, his runway shows are known to be some of the most unique, creating interesting worlds that go along with his designs. His minimal designs are inspired by architecture & avant garde art. One of our favorite is the Ants dress, it has a unique fit & shape because of the structured design. This piece would be great in the summer with a pair of heels or sandals, then for the cooler days pair with a jacket & booties.

Henrik Vibskov Ants Dress $285.00

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