Peter Kate, a coolly sophisticated boutique nestled in Greenville, DE, is having a massive sale now through this Friday. Any full-priced item from their store — including their new spring collection — is 25 percent off. Now let’s talk 80 percent off…
While the Oscar dresses were relatively ‘meh’ last night, the jewelry was on point. Margot Robbie donned fringe; Cate Blanchett wore a pile of turquoise; and Naomi Watts dazzled in a pair of massive sapphires. It all left us craving some bling for ourselves. Playfully art deco in green and sapphire, this statement ear cuff from Stone & Strand (it was founded by a Wharton grad) fits the bill. Plus, you don’t even need a Dior gown to wear it. Read more »
It happens: You’re in the store and you fall in love with the perfect sweater … only to realize a few weeks later that it makes you look like a sack of potatoes. Most people don’t even bother trying to return unwanted garments because they know it’s going to be a huge hassle. But that doesn’t hold true for every store. So we saddled up and searched for the stores with the best return policies in the area, and here’s the top ten stores we found. Say goodbye to buyer’s remorse. Shop with no regret at these 10 local stores.
It’s finally the weekend and it’s time to get your shopping fix. Here, the best sales going on this weekend. Stay warm and keep your credit card at the ready. Read more »
Sale alert: Today only, Old City boutique The Geisha House is having a flash sale in honor of the Chinese New Year. Until midnight tonight, get 30 percent off everything online, including all sale merchandise. Use code GOODLUCK at checkout.
- This lacy black bralette, which will look great underneath a lacy white top come spring.
- This backless sweater, which manages to be cozy and sexy at the same time.
- These 14K-gold zodiac constellation bracelets.
- This scalloped lace bra, which is pretty enough to wear on its own (but don’t).
- This bandeau and midi skirt outfit, which I fancy myself wearing to flea markets on Sunday mornings.
If you’ve been dying to spend the Lululemon gift card you got for Christmas, looks like you’ll be able to do it in-store sometime soon. Lululemon announced on Facebook that they’ll be temporarily relocating the Walnut Street store to 1422 Walnut Street, where Kenneth Cole (which closed at the end of January) used to be. The temporary location is just a hop, skip and a throw from their 1527 Walnut Street location, which has been closed for the past few weeks after the store’s roof unexpectedly collapsed.
If you’re deeply in need of a spring fashion fix, we suggest metallics. From traditional golds and silvers to out-there florals and blues, major sheen is having a major moment. The best part? Though we included some aspirational warm-weather pieces (hello, jacquard shorts!), metallics are largely transitional. Try layering a sleeveless oxford atop a turtleneck or switching out a carryall for a rose gold clutch. Read more »
How would George Washington want you to spend President’s Day? Shopping, obviously. So let us celebrate the father of our country, and all our presidents, by taking advantage of all the great sales out there in their honor. Because, really, George et al would want you to get that insane yellow Rachel Comey dress. Read more »
Though I love fall/winter for its coats (I have a serious coat addiction), spring/summer wins for its footwear. To get you through the next few days (which — warning! — are going to be brutally, painfully cold), here is a look at some of the most gorgeous warm-weather shoes I’ve seen yet, all from Stuart Weitzman‘s spring 2015 collection, which is hitting stores soon.
Here, some of my favorite looks from the collection, and the ones I’m sure you’ll be seeing on red carpets (in fact, the MySlide mule, shown below, is already a favorite of the red-carpet set).
With the onslaught of spring collections arriving at local retailers, it’s a tricky time to think about buying clothes. Here at Shoppist HQ, we’ve found an alternative: Instead of sprucing up your closet, trick out your family room/den/living room — really, wherever there’s a chair — with a throw pillow. The more textures, patterns and colors, the better. The best part? You can just sub ‘em out when you get bored.