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A curvy, va-va-voom version of a floral print.
It's so coolly graphic and has a mildly hypnotic appeal.
Supple leather elbow-length gloves add Old Hollywood glamour to a cropped-sleeve jacket.
Metallic lace and a loose fit are elegant in the most relaxed way.
Twenties gone modern: Notice the subtle ombré at the trim.
Even with the saturated hue and the leopard collar, this coat is still a classic.
The turnlock is a subtle feminine detail on this chunky menswearish satchel.
Proof that a chic tweed box jacket works with jeans as well as a body-skimming dress or pencil skirt.
A relaxed cut and proportion play make plush velvet super-wearable.
Vaguely Victorian, these boots would pair so well with thick tights and a chunky sweater.
A faux-fur stole is the easiest way we've found to dress up a simple crewneck sweater, a wool coat, or, really, anything.
With short or tall boots, over-the-knee socks have an uncanny sexiness.
A low heel and peep toe make these shoes playful yet appropriate for everyday wear.
The '70s-style upholstery print is unique all on its own, but when translated to leather, it becomes even more special.
Just like the top you always hope to find at the vintage store but don't have the patience to look for.