you guys, if you've been waiting to snap up the much-beloved PS1 satchel for 50% off, now is the time. i like the revamped lining too (feels more sturdy, better print than the old version). my vote is on the chianti - i saw a young mom wearing one last year and she looked super chic and laidback.
i almost never see these discounted anywhere, so this is a pretty great deal if you've been looking for a light yet luxe all-season oversized scarf. i always pack one when i travel year-round. (FYI: may be hard to just get one...the full range of colors here.)
some quick thoughts on the silk cami: i find this in S to be cut a bit big through the torso and armholes, so i probably could have sized down to an XS and still retained a somewhat slouchy fit. the silk crepe is good quality – not too thin, drapes well and lined along the bust area. definitely not sheer. overall a solid silk staple for summer into other seasons.
in my last post on the quality issue, a number of readers chimed in with questions and thoughts for further discussion. it seems that a follow-up (or several) is in order. in a marketplace seemingly littered with more misses than hits, which stores/brands stand out for quality, stylish pieces?
summer dressing is always an exercise in restraint and editing. i think i'm getting better at it though, year after year. making less trend-based mistakes and staying more true to what i'm genuinely comfortable wearing. this season's wardrobe planning focuses on carefree, easy silhouettes that add color and print personality to my more monochrome f/w foundations.