And the Victoria’s Secret Angel to wear this year’s outrageously expensive lingerie is … [InStyle]
Fall’s coolest hair accessory is a like bracelet for your ponytail. [Marie Claire]
Brooklyn Flea Philly welcomes fall with a Fall Flea Fest this Sunday from 10am to 5pm. Why you should go: a Terrain pop-up shop, beer and hot cider.
The man bun: yay or nay? How about on Jake Gyllenhaal? [People]
Go on, click through this slideshow of Jenna Lyons and then proceed to want to throw everything in your closet out. [FabSugar]
Posh Collections in Malvern kicks off a three-day Trina Turk trunk show today from 10am to 6pm. Click here to find out how to get a free gift.
In what is probably the best thing to ever happen in a school gymnasium, Shipley Shops kicks off today with over 40 retailers (from Neiman Marcus and J. McLaughlin to Menagerie and Jack Wills) selling goods. Go here for the details.
NoLibs’s gorgeous paper goods studio, Casa Papel, hosts a fall open house tonight from 6:30pm to 9:30pm. Head there for treats, wine, giveaways and a sweet selection of holiday cards. (Tip: Mention their newsletter to score 25 percent off your purchase).
Deal of the Day: Preen’s neon-chartreuse, leopard-pattern jacquard dress (sounds crazy, is actually surprisingly wearable). Was $1,390, now $396 at Creatures of Comfort.
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