Cooler weather is finally right around the corner, and we're getting ready for cozy season with leather loafers, knit coordinates, faux-fur jackets, and more. See what we're eyeing right now from Shopbop and Revolve below–both are having a great sale this week if you're feeling ready to say goodbye to summer!
Shopbop's "Style Event" kicked off on Monday with 15% off orders $200+, 20% off orders $500+, and 25% off orders $800+ with promo code STYLE on items marked "STYLE EVENT." Sale ends on Thursday, 9/22 at 11:59pm PT.
Revolve is doing a rare one-day sale event on Wednesday 9/21, with 15% off full-priced styles with promo code FALL15 (pre-order styles and some brands are excluded).
GANNI Cleated Low Chelsea Boots (were $475, now as low as $356): Lug sole boots are still everywhere this season and Ganni makes some of the best versions on market. These are an investment for sure, but as the proud of owner of two very similar styles from the same brand that I lived in last year, they hold up remarkably well and are very comfortable.
o.p.t Kobo Dress (was $159, now as low as $119): Such a cute silhouette and in a gingham colorway that somehow feels appropriate for fall/winter. I'd pair this with some aforementioned lug sole boots to toughen up an otherwise sweet dress.
Moon River LBD (was $110, now as low as $82.50): Sometimes you need a new LBD that feels a touch more evening than you'd normally wear. I like that this one is simple, with a strategic cut-out that feels both architectural and alluring.
WAYF Plaza Cutout Tiered Maxi Dress (was $148, now as low as $111): I bought this in black a couple weeks back and have been blown away by how versatile and flattering it is! I got stopped three times the first time I wore it out to lunch with a simple sandal and am considering it in white for next spring/summer.
AGOLDE Riley Crop Jeans (was $198, now as low as $148.50): I own these jeans in black and am asked about them every single time I wear them. They're just high-waisted enough to make your legs look long, but cropped in the right place to look just as good with sneakers as they do with a high heel. Adding the plain denim to my cart since the wash and distressing is just right.
REVERIE Ever Recovery Hair Oil (was $52, now $44): I discovered this brand over the summer when a friend gifted me their leave-in treatment, which smells incredible and leaves my once frizzy-right-out-of-the-shower hair looking sleek, with defined waves. I've heard the combination of a leave-in treatment PLUS oil is the trick to the most flawless air-dried hair, so adding this product to my cart now that it's on sale.
Bobi Cropped Pullover and Rib Midi Skirt Set in Army (was $150, now $127.50): I've been a fan of summer sets for a while - simple, thin pieces I can throw on without barely turning on the lights in the morning. But heavier knit coordinates is a new territory I got into last winter that I wish I'd embraced earlier. They offer the ease of a sweater dress, but with the added style of a matching ensemble (plus the high-waisted skirt + cropped cut of the sweater is so flattering) and this one is affordable and in the prettiest olive green.
GANNI Graphic Wool Beanie (was $135, now as low as $101): Anything that will bring me this much joy in the winter time is worth the investment. I adore this colorful hat–that is all.
Sam Edelman Linnie Mules (was $140, now as low as $105): Something tells me that I should probably buy the version of these mules that have backs now that I live in a snowy climate, but the Californian in me is resisting. I had a pair of these from a different brand in black a few years ago and wore them until they fell apart, but they are pretty much ideal to match the jeans-and-a-sweater vibe I wear all fall.
Reebok Hiit Tr 3 Training Shoes (was $110, now as low as $82.50): I must have footwear on my mind right now; possibly something about my shoe wardrobe being 90% sandals after living in California for the past 10 years?? These are pretty basic but I know I'd wear them a ton with everything from jeans to yoga pants and possibly even a dress or two.
P.S. The Ganni rain boots I bought this spring are also included in this sale (as low as $206) and I absolutely, positively love them.
Faithfull The Brand Syrma Mini Dress (was $209, now $178): I know this probably isn't what I should be buying for fall in Minnesota, but I love her! I typically come to Revolve for dresses and just a handful of brands (AGOLDE, Anine Bing, Faithfull The Brand, and Velvet by Graham and Spencer), so this dress is my Venn diagram. I'm going to Palm Springs in October, and this dress is exactly what I want to wear there.
Anine Bing Tiger Sweatshirt (was $179, now $152): Is this the year I finally buy the Anine Bing tiger sweatshirt I've wanted for years?? I have all day to decide and I guess we'll finally see once and for all...
AGOLDE 90s Mid Rise Loose Fit (was $178, now as low as $133.50): I have a couple pairs of AGOLDE jeans in the 90s mid rise & high rise loose jeans and I absolutely love them. They’re the perfect length on me (I’m 5’6 for reference) and the loose fit makes them super comfortable. This wash is great for fall and winter, so I’ll definitely be snagging this pair during Shopbop’s sale. PRO TIP: AGOLDE jeans typically run a whole size large, so I typically size down in all styles!
Schutz Mikki Up Boots (was $238, now as low as $178.50): I’ve been searching everywhere for the perfect knee-high boots for fall, and these are it. Although I live in New York, I still love to wear skirts and dresses during fall and winter, and these would pair perfectly with a pair of sheer tights.
Sam Edelman Christy Loafers (was $150, now as low as $112.50): Another shoe I’ve been searching for is a chunky loafer. I like the look of backless mules, but because I walk a lot in the city, the Christy Loafers seem much more practical for my lifestyle. I’m also a huge fan of platform shoes for a little bit of height without sacrificing comfort. I own a ton of shoes from Sam Edelman, and I can confidently say every single pair is super comfortable.
Lemarque Deora Jacket (was $275, now $234): One thing I will never stop buying (but probably should to conserve closet space) is jackets. In the fall and winter, my coat is usually my statement piece, and I’m obsessed with everything feather or sparkly. I have been eyeing this jacket for longer than I can remember, and this sale might just be the time I finally order it.
Karen Wazen Scarlett Sunglasses (was $145, now as low as $109): Throwing on a chic pair of sunglasses as I walk out the door makes me feel instantly put together no matter what time of year. And, while I have quite a few pairs of sunnies, I'm drawn to these frames in particular due to their cateye shape and dark shade of tortoise. I think these will look especially nice come fall paired with chunky sweaters and wool jackets.
Z Supply Maeve Sweatshirt (was $79, now as low as $59): This sweatshirt looks both comfortable and polished thanks to its smart collar neckline. I can see myself wearing this sweatshirt with navy leggings and tennis shoes on my way to work out, or paired with straight leg denim and huggie earrings for a nice casual Friday look.
Hat Attack Studio Lofty Scarf (was $92, now as low as $69): I tend to bundle up quite a bit in the fall/winter, so I opt for scarves that are both functional and stylish. I love the colors in this Hat Attack scarf, as I think it will pair nicely with both black and navy. Bonus: when your outfit is covered up with a big jacket, this will be a nice pop of color.
Superstar Lips Charlotte Tilbury in 'Pillow Talk' (was $34, now $29): This is my everyday lipstick, and I am thrilled it is on sale! It has a gloss-like finish that accentuates your pout and is super hydrating. It comes in a few different shades, but I go for the cult-favorite color, ‘Pillow Talk’ because it looks like my lip shade but better. Trust me–you are going to love this lipstick.
Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray (was $49, now $42): I've tried tons of different texturizing sprays, and this is hands down my favorite. With just a little spritz, my hair is instantly more voluminous and tousled. I tend to use this on freshly styled hair to add volume or on my natural curls to break them up a bit.