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August 20 2014

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8 posts tagged "sporty"

Warm Up

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Military continues to a big trend for fall, but if you’re feeling a bit, ahem, fatigued by all the epaulets and frogging from spring, why not try a less literal take? This sporty jacket from Tory Burch has a subtle martial feel (those epaulets again!), but the no-fuss sweatshirt fit gives it a casual feel. At ease, soldier! Click the image to shop.

-Laura Wasson

Beyond the Sea

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We’re no surf bunny, but we can’t help loving this sleek wet suit from Cynthia Rowley‘s collaboration with Roxy. We plan to pair it with beat-up cutoffs and an ice-cold cerveza while watching real wave riders do their thing. Click the image to shop.

-Laura Wasson

Earning Your Stripes

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With Memorial Day just around the corner, it’s all we can do not to daydream of beaches and lounging in the sun. Whether you’re shore-bound or staying inland, you can get in the surfer-girl spirit with this sweet little pouch from Proenza Schouler. It’s great for days when you don’t want to lug your whole world around, and it’ll be even better as an alternative to your go-to clutch come nightfall. Click the image to shop.

-Laura Wasson

Point Break

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It’s really no surprise that the Proenza Schouler boys nabbed a CFDA nod for Accessory Designer of the Year, considering that every bag, shoe, and bauble they create turns to instant fashion gold. We’d never turn down one of their hit PS1 bags, but we crave their so-cool-it-hurts sunglasses most of all. We’re particularly loving these beachy cat-eyes from their spot-on Spring outing. Surf’s up, dude. Click the image to shop.

-Laura Wasson

Sports Center

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Football season may have ended a few weeks ago, but Alexander Wang‘s gridiron-inspired Spring collection is just hitting stores. And while we’re pining for his pigskin-shaped clutch, we’ll happily take this cropped sweatshirt from his lower-priced T line. Cropped tops were all over the runways this season, and Wang’s raglan-sleeve take on the Champion classic keeps sportif looking chic. It’s a perfect weekend piece—even if we wouldn’t risk it anywhere near the 50-yard line. Click the image to shop.

-Laura Wasson