• $1,375

    2009 July 31

    Wylde Thing

    WHAT: Thomas Wylde buckled-up leather boots

    WHY: We know what you're thinking: it's 85 degrees and oh-so-humid outside. How can you even think of sporting boots now? But darlings, we can't help it--with such a chic pair as these, how can you not start planning your fall wardrobe? They're perfectly beat-up and triple buckled for that tough-chick vibe, and we can't wait to tuck in our skinniest stovepipes  and top them with an equally bad-ass motorcycle jacket. Impatient? Try them now with a floaty, liberty print floral dress to rough up a sweet summer look.


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  • $895

    2009 July 29

    Shoulder Holder

    WHAT: Jerome Dreyfuss' Gilbert bag

    WHY: If the it-bag phenom has you feeling fatigue--like it has for the last three years--then indulge yourself in this suede confection from French designer Jerome Dreyfuss. Fall's hautest style from this actress-favorite designer is classic schoolgirl. The saturated bright plum color provides a fresh take on a chicly understated classique.

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  • $1,095

    2009 July 29

    Acting Catty

    WHAT: Jimmy Choo tube leopard-print clutch

    WHY: You almost definitely already have a little black goes-with-everything clutch in your wardrobe. It's your loyal standby for nights out--but it's a little dull, non? This Jimmy Choo clutch, on the other hand, is everything that poor little basic dreams of one day being: colorful, sexy, and yes, even a flecked with little bits of glitter. How can you possibly resist?

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  • $22.50

    2009 July 28

    Sugar, Sugar

    WHAT: Fresh Sugar Rosé tinted lip treatment SPF 15

    WHY: You've long been obsessed with Fresh's Sugar lip treatment, but get ready for an even sweeter fix. The beauty giant is launching their newest formula, and we can't get enough. Sure, it still has sugar (a natural humectant for moisture) and it's other super-moisturizing ingredients like meadowfoam seed and apricot kernel oils, blackcurrant oils for plumping, and antioxidants--but the greatest new twist? A sheer, rosy hue. Consider it your new go-to!

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