Shirt Snob.com round up for September
This has been a busy month on Shirt Snob, with plenty of tops for everyone!
If you are interested in clothes for the cooler weather ahead, there was tons to choose from! The Cashmere Argyle by Alice + Olivia looks warm and cozy, while Lauren Moffatt's Crinkle Metalic Stripe Top is a bit more bohemian and laid back. The Jamey Cashmere by Theory is comfy and sexy, while the Cocoon Kit Cardigan by Free People is conservative and yet pretty. And don't forget the Princess Wrap by Alice + Olivia, Free People's Belted Chin Yarn Sweater, and the V Gather Tie by Susana Monaco, all of which would be great additions to your fall wardrobe.
For those of you who aren't getting the cooler air yet, or just want to continue having tops that show a little more skin, there's been plenty for you to choose from as well. The Marais Camisole by Catherine Malandrino and the Silk Cami by Rebecca Taylor are flirty, while the Poppy Tank by Ella Moss and the Claudetta Flutter by Theory are fun and carefree. We had the sexy Rose Halter and Sweet Cap Sleeve Top, both by Lotta Stensson, and there were two patchwork shirts, the Patchwork Halter by Free People, and the Velvet Patchwork Cami by Hale Bob. Also don't forget the good girl/bad girl tops from Nanette Lapore, the Naughty Girl Top and the Fantasia Top.
If t-shirts are more your thing, there were new Junkfood tees, new tees from Threadless, and shirts to help the victims from Hurricane Katrina.
As for Accessories, we've had some great ones this month. There was the stunning Twig and Heather Jewelry, the unusual bags from Astrosatchel, the True Religion Vests to get you ready for the fall, and Bag Borrow or Steal which allows you to have any purse you could ever want, at least for a period of time.
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Posted by Laura at October 1, 2005 11:21 AM