Shopbop’s Event of the Season

Gotta love a good Shopbop sale! From now until April 14th (11:59 pm PT), you can get 20% off orders under $500, and 25% off orders of $500+ (includes sale!) with code EVENT18. Here’s a breakdown of my picks from the tried and true items I personally own and love, as well as few items I’ve got my eye on. Happy shopping!

As always, here is my sizing information for reference.

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Rebecca Minkoff Merilee Jacket

This herringbone tweed blazer is long, lean, and fits me like a lightweight coat. The sleeves are slim and short and the shoulder is narrow, perfect for pulling off that longer length. It even has an inside pocket that I love for when I don’t feel like carrying a handbag.

I’m wearing size xxs.


R13 Cafe Racer Leather Jacket

This is my new favorite thing, albeit a splurge for sure. The leather is lightweight, making it perfect for most weather in LA. The cropped fit is amazing on me and I love the zippered 3/4 sleeves. I also love how it’s different from the usual moto jacket. I’ve already worn it tons.

I’m wearing size xs


Anine Bing Silk Camisole

This is one of those anything but basic basics that I end up using to complete an outfit or make a boring outfit a little more interesting. The fit is a little big, which is fine because I layer it, and I absolutely love the eyelash lace design.

I’m wearing size xs.


Rag & Bone Margot Booties

These are my year-round staple. They run a bit small and narrow, so the size 5 fits my narrow size 4.5-5 feet perfectly. I love the walkable heel height, classic look, gorgeous suede, and notched front that helps elongate a leg-line. I have these in grey and black suede.

I’m wearing size 5.


Blank NYC Suede Moto Jacket

I own the brown and dark green colors, but I tried this gorgeous dark grey on and had to stop myself from buying YET another. These are a favorite among petites for their smaller fit and amazing price point.

I’m wearing size xs.


Things I’m loving but trying not to buy.

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