The Edit: 8 Best Fall Hats (That Aren’t Beanies)

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We understand the urge to toss on floppy knit beanies—Shoppist editor Emily has a bedazzled highlighter yellow one we all adore—but with all the whimsical prints and chunky knits that went down the runway, a well-shaped cap can be just the dose of structure your outfit needs to pull your look together. Resist the knit and opt for one of these eight wool and felt toppers. Plus, now that Goorin Bros. is open, it only takes a quick trip to Walnut Street to get bedecked. You’re welcome.

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Philadelphians Ignore Stabbing in Pathmark Aisle, Keep Shopping

What are people around the United States thinking about Philadelphia today? Well, we’re a cold-blooded bunch who will not let a little thing like a stabbing at the supermarket get in the way of buying our Count Chocula. (Yes, presumably while also eating a cheesesteak.)

That’s courtesy of the above tweet, sent last night by NBC 10 and retweeted a few hundred times, and the related story. On Tuesday, a man in the Pathmark at 840 Cottman Avenue in Burlhome confronted another shopper, police say, and stabbed him in the face and neck with a kitchen knife.

The victim was taken to Jeanes Hospital and later transferred to Temple Hospital due to his worsening condition, but he is expected to survive.

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Three Potato Four Needs Our Help Winning the West Elm Grant

Help 'em get their goods into West Elm!

Help ‘em get their goods into West Elm!

Shoppists, if there’s ever been a time to band together and use your powers for good, this is it. Beloved Media online shop (and occasional warehouse sale throw-er) Three Potato Four is the only Pennsylvania finalist in West Elm’s competition for a small business grant. Owners Stu Eli and Janet Morales are in the running for $25,000 and the potential to get their goods in West Elm. The shop is currently in third place out of 21 finalists, and we’re positive we can get ‘em to number one.

Keep reading to learn how to vote.

Last Chance For Philly Mag Shops Tickets!

Last-ChanceAll right, guys: We’re almost there! Crazy-awesome lounges are being designed, dressing rooms are being built, and Philly’s best stores are loading up their newest and most fabulous fall merchandise to bring.

In case you don’t know the details, here you go, in one very small nutshell:

The Details: 

  • Sunday, October 5th, from 12-3pm, at Crane Arts, Philadelphia
  • Over 30 of Philly’s top boutiques and designers
  • 40% off ALL boutique clothing
  • 30% ALL accessories (think: belts, bags, shoes, scarves, home goods)
  • 25% ALL jewelry (we’ve got TownHome, Concrete Polish, John Wind, Menagerie and Bario Neal coming!)
  • Food, cocktails, and all the freebie beauty treatments you could want (including nail art and a braid bar!)

But here’s the really important part: Tickets are limited (we want it to be fun, not a jam-packed madhouse). Now through Saturday night at 10pm, you can buy tickets online for $25. We’ll also be selling tickets at the door for $35. Either way, you’ve gotta get ‘em.

Can’t wait to see you there!

The Edit: 7 Gorgeous Shearling Pieces to Wear This Fall

SHearling

Shearling is a material usually reserved for the insides of your favorite cold-weather clothes. But this time around, it’s popping up as the focal point of statement pieces (like the killer emerald coat pictured above) and on unexpected pieces like purses and heels. (How great are those gold chain accents?) A more subdued version of all-out fur, the texture can be paired with all your fall closet staples like wools and knits. And the best part? It makes classic pieces unbelievable cozy. You’ll never have an excuse to wear Uggs again. (Seriously, just throw them out.)

Prices and details ahead.

We Love These Billy Transport Co. Subway Station Tote Bags

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There are all types of Philly-centric goods and souvenirs out there—some good, some not so good. The goods ones we like to gift to out-of-towners, but it’s rare we see Philly souvenirs we want to sling ourselves. Because, ya know, we actually live here.

Then these subway totes by The Billy Penn Transport Co. landed in our email inbox. We squealed at their hometown glory charm, and then started forwarding the link to all our fellow commuting neighbors. It was love at first sight.

Here’s how to get ‘em.

Market Report: 15 Ways to Pull Off Flare Jeans

  • The flare jean is back and your skinnies might be on the way out. The 70s-inspired look might be trickier to pull off, but the payoff is huge: legs that appear to go on for miles and a super-defined waist. Sign us up! [Lucky]
  • Fashion month is almost over and, as always, there were some bizarre fashion collaborations (think: Richard Nicoll x Disney, and Barbie and, well, everyone). These are the nine that left everyone baffled. [Fashionista]
  • But they weren’t all strange! Here are three beauty collaborations to keep on your radar. [The Zoe Report]

Keep reading to find out the newest ways to utilize that monogram option for your clutch.

Score a Secret Club Monaco Discount On Friday

CLUBMONACO

Shopping by yourself is great and all, but I think it’s more fun to shop with others. And by others, I mean me. (Really, I’m brutally honest; I can show you how to wear that dress as a skirt/tunic/turban, and I can give you my top-secret tips for justifying almost any purchase, and how to then hide this purchase from your significant other. Note: Trunks are NOT safe places.) Did I mention that champagne is involved?

The lowdown: I’m hosting a shopping event at Club Monaco on Walnut Street this Friday, from 6pm to 8pm. The (amazing) team there has pulled out all the stops. We’ll have champagne, catering from Starr, and the cutest candy bar you’ve ever seen. But there’s more!

Find out how to also get a 20 percent discount.

Win Two Tickets to Philly Mag Shops!

Philly-Mag-Shops

Philly Mag Shops is 11 days away! Are you ready? For those of you who aren’t familiar with the event, here’s the quick-and-easy rundown:

  • Over 30 of Philly’s top boutiques and designers
  • 40% off ALL boutique apparel (we’re talking brands like 3.1 Phillip Lim, Current/Elliott, Elizabeth & James, Cameo, Vince, Alexander Wang, Rebecca Taylor, Tibi, Pure Amici cashmere, and much, much more)
  • 30% ALL accessories (think: belts, bags, shoes, scarves, home goods)
  • 25% ALL jewelry (we’ve got TownHome, Concrete Polish, John Wind, Menagerie and Bario Neal coming!)
  • Food, cocktails, and all the freebie beauty treatments you could want (including nail art and a braid bar!)
  • Sunday, October 5th, 12pm-3pm, at Crane Arts, Philadelphia

You can buy tickets here, but it’s more fun to win things, right? Try your luck below. All you’ve got to do is sign up for the Shoppist newsletter (it comes straight to your inbox on Friday mornings so you can get all the shopping and sale scoop before the weekend!) between now and September 30th at 4pm, and you’ll be entered to win two tickets to Philly Mag Shops. Good luck, and can’t wait to see you there.

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