At any given moment, I have about ten webpage tabs open to "Checkout" pages. The pieces in my "baskets" range from blouses I'm considering for outfit shoots to sweatpants I can't wait to spend an entire (unphotographed) Sunday in. It's no surprise given our industry that the girls in the office do the same, so in honor of Shopbop's 3 day sale—25% off of everything under $500; and 30% over $500—we decided to share with you what's on our current Shopbop wishlist. Here are the clothes, clutches, and shoes we're currently coveting. - Emily
1. MONROW Tie-Front Dress ($146): Unconventional "wrap" dresses have caught my eye recently—from Doen's Market Wrap Dress to Club Monaco's version—but I love the comfy, cozy feel of this front-tie dress from MONROW.
2. Ganni Fenn Coat ($375): I'm a huge fan of the textured weave of this coat, which is more subtle than other fabric coats I own, but still makes a statement for fall.
3. Stoned Immaculate Petal Skirt ($132): I already own something similar to this skirt, but I'm eyeing it in every color, to wear with platform heels and a chunky knit.
4. THE GREAT. Embroidered Sweatshirt ($185): This brand has been hitting sweaters and sweatshirts out of the park lately. Alina featured one in yesterday's post on vintage sweatshirts and I love the randomly placed embroidered stars on this one.
5. Style Mafia Maeve Top ($65): Poufy sleeves are very on-trend this fall, and I love how this top interprets them—with structural elastic, clean lines for the bodice, and spaghetti straps.
6. Loeffler Randall Jasper Tassel Oxfords ($395): Metallics can be tough to wear, but these shoes make it easy—throw them on with dark jeans and an oxford top and you're off.
7. Milly Cady Culottes ($375): These pants hit all the marks for me—they're cropped and high-rise with a perfect A-line structure in a shade of bubblegum-pink, no less.
8. See By Chloe Wide-Leg Trousers ($415): These pants are similar to a pair I already own (keep an eye out for them—you may be seeing them in a post very soon), but I love the details on these, like the off-color belt loops and deep pockets.
9. Tory Burch Folly Pants ($495): Ever since I saw this print featured in Italian Vogue, then on Tory Burch's Instagram, I've had my eye on them, especially as a longtime fan of flowers against a black background.
10. N/Nicholas Wool Culottes ($375): I have a thing for culottes, and love the balance of crisp white on the warm wool fabric, which I'd wear for a fall visit to New York.
1. Club Monaco Julie Turtleneck ($89): I'm a turtleneck addict and this ribbed oatmeal color would provide such a chic, neutral base for countless outfits this fall.
2. Calvin Klein Underwear ($30): As far as full-cover cotton underwear goes, it's hard to beat Calvin Klein, especially for Sunday morning spent in bed reading magazines.
3. OTAAT/MYERS Collective Small Ring Pouch ($130): Emily recently styled this in a post with a simple minidress and I couldn't look away—the unique U-shape, the O-ring. It's perfect.
4. Levi's Authentic Sherpa Trucker Jacket ($148): I've been looking for one of these since it's the perfect, top layer for fall in L.A.
5. T by Alexander Wang Strappy Top ($115): I love how understated this top looks from the front—it's a very minimalist, '90s feel—but then turn around and bam!, the crossed straps over the shoulder are so simple and sexy.
6. Karen Walker Harvest Sunglasses ($280): I'll be the first to admit I'm not much of a sunglasses girl, which is why it surprises even me when I come across a pair that makes me stop in my tracks, like this tortoiseshell and black metal pair with tiny arrow details.
7. Citizens of Humanity Liya High-Rise ($258): I can't handle how good this style is—they look like something straight out of Stranger Things. Citizens of Humanity have really reinvented their denim game lately and everything is working for me.
8. A.P.C. Sailor Pants ($235): High-waisted. Wide Leg. Navy Blue. Corduroy. A combination of words I couldn’t resist if I tried.
9. Derek Lam 10 Crosby Mid-Rise Crop ($265): I'm obsessed with patchwork denim these days, and dig the imperfect, asymmetrical pattern and cropped shape of these jeans.
10. Rachel Pally Luxe Rib Piero Pants ($185): Contrary to popular opinion, I'd never tailor these pants—I actually love the intentional way they pool at the bottom, which elongates the leg and just looks cool.
1. Milly Rosette Top ($295): I love the silhouette of this babydoll top, which I would wear exactly as it's styled—with skinny jeans, pumps, and a clutch—all over Los Angeles.
2. Madewell Billie Booties ($228): I've owned Madewell's Charley Boot since I worked at one in college (RIP, employee discount), but they're starting to show their age and I'm ready for an update.
3. The Fifth Label Dream Weaver Sweatshirt ($80): There's a major off-the-shoulder top deficit in my closet (i.e., I have none), so I'd been eyeing this off-the-shoulder sweater from afar, which is why I jumped for sweatshirt joy when I found this nearly identical top for a fraction of the price.
4. Milly Kat Cotton Poplin Top ($350): This top is filed under "Beautiful, Expensive Tops I Hope Go on Super-Sale Because I'll Trade My First-Born For It If I Have To."
5. Tai Evil Eye Bracelet ($60): A few months ago I bought an evil eye ring that I loved—until it turned my finger green. Consider this delicate bracelet its replacement.
6. Clare V. Linah Bag ($53): This bag is no longer in my "Cart" because seconds before writing this, I bought it (it's about $40 after the 25% off!). 5 to 7 business days can't come fast enough.
7. Joie Beso Shorts ($138): Something I didn't anticipate in moving to Los Angeles is how ill-equipped my skinny jean-only closet was for the weather. I could use some "Beso Shorts" in my life.
8. Beyond Yoga Strappy Ballet Leggings ($99): Not that I need another pair of running pants (they're my kryptonite), but I'm all about the strappy detailing on these.
9. The Fifth Label Shortie Skirt ($90): Our intern Katharine, a.k.a. my style icon, wore the best black denim skirt into the office the other day and inspired me to look for my own. This skirt, which is a blue version of hers, is a top contender.