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If you find yourself lusting after every collection by cult-followed Tibi, you're in good company (like, Olivia Palermo and Louise Roe kind of good company). Secondly, have you checked out founder and creative director Amy Smilovic's gorgeous Greenwich home? Wish you could step inside her closet, too? Well, get a load of this — right now you can shop this style-setting designer's amazing personal wardrobe.
From a classic Burberry trench to a turquoise patent-leather Marc Jacobs bag, each of Smilovic's closet items stays true to her signature borrowed-from-the-boys (but so much better) aesthetic. Oh, and she threw in a serious helping of awesome Tibi pieces, old and new. So, there's that.
Now, what are you waiting for? You officially have Amy's blessing to go to town on her closet. Just click through to get a glimpse of the goods along with a little advice from the closet owner herself or go straight to the sale (we won't judge).
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