Call us hermits, antisocial, or just plain crazy, but we would rather sit in the corner on our laptops than do practically anything else (including going to the beach — gasp). But, that's probably a good thing since it’s our job to comb through the web to bring you the best of the best stuff every day. And, what we uncovered on this particular morning is especially noteworthy.
Up ahead, we’re highlighting the coolest new accessories line, the raddest pullover that looks like it costs $500 (but is actually $59), and even an exclusive discount code to indulge in a new pair of sandals. All that (and so much more) is just a click away. Got your plastic ready?
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Check out this NYC-based line for cool workwear staples like pleated skirts and shift dresses.
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This nubby pullover looks like it could pass for a $600 Proenza knit, but it actually costs $59. Score.
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Exclusive-discount alert! Editor-favorite brand Loeffler Randall is giving you 30% off these adorable sandals with code R29MARMY through July 31.
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Marble and wood are the new silver and gold, according to this new Portland-based jewelry line.
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We introduced you to the latest collection from kooky brand WELCOMECHAMPIONS this week. And, we still can’t stop talking about it. Its updated take on classic bag shapes, accompanied by unexpected, weird polka dots, is reason enough to drain your bank account.
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The name Ryan Roche may not be a part of your everyday fashion vernacular like Alexander Wang or Phillip Lim — but it will be soon. Focusing on sustainable details, the 2014 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund finalist’s gorgeous knits are classic in shape with notes of whimsy and quirk.
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For under-$50 sunglasses that look expensive, check out Quay Australia. It's a jackpot for those folks prone to losing or breaking sunnies on a regular basis (ahem, this editor).
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That boring, black suit that’s been hanging in your closet for 10 years has nothing on this updated Suno pick.
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Pixie Market is our one-stop shop for affordable clothing that looks high-end, including this adorable, graphic matching set.
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In August of last year, former Balenciaga designer Julien Dossena was named creative director of Paco Rabanne. Seven months later, he was also nominated as a finalist for the LVMH Prize for his signature line Atto. Now, it seems Dossena's chosen to focus his efforts on the former. Even so, the Atto pre-fall collection is still available to shop. So, if you want a piece of the line before it vanishes, you’re going to have to whip out your plastic — fast.
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This pretty, new jewelry line is a go-to for classic-feeling pieces that have that high-fashion edge with muted colors and nontraditional stones.
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The four-letter word for what we want next season: Acne. The brand’s pre-fall collection is on point, stocking those cool-without-trying-so-hard wares like neoprene sweatshirts, chunky cardigans, and, most noteworthy, super-chic culottes.
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Sure, the covetable Mansur Gavriel bucket bags are always sold out, but the new line of backpacks is live on the site now — and you can actually add one to your cart.
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ASOS is one of those special retailers that always has an up-to-70% off sale. And, the selection is really good right now. Case in point: this wear-all-fall duster.
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Hear that? It’s your lobes begging to clasp on these wonderfully offbeat Bande Des Quatres earrings that just hit Steven Alan.
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Hand-crafted by Haitian women and made from crops indigenous to the island, these bags from indie line Jacmel & Co. are sweet enough to throw over your shoulder for any occasion. Bonus: No one else around you will have a bag made from fruit. No one.
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For ethical clothing that feels fashion-y, we head to Accompany. And, it’s these Osei-Duro trousers we have our eye on now.
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How adorable are these under-$100 Timo Weiland x Joomi Lim earrings? They're the perfect everyday studs.