Piperlime, one of the best spots on the Web for online shopping, is having its yearly Spring Fling. This, along with the Shopbop F&F sale is one of the highlights of my shopping calendar. The reason why is that Piperlime offers a wide selection of items and brands in ever price point, from designer styles to cheap thrills. Here are a few of my handpicked choices (my credit card is very glad that I don’t currently have a mailing address).
Bags. So many lovely purses to choose from this time. On the high-end, I found this Minkoff satchel in black with black-and-white snakeskin print accents–great for any season. I also love this Minkoff Perry satchel with a peaked corner detail. In the under-$100 range, this Melie Bianco satchel with a braided handle is great, as is this bone-colored satchel from Tinley Road.
Shoes. Snakeskin with hints of coral? These LAMB ‘Felix’ pumps need to be in my closet. The structured heel on these French Connection sandals is killing it. We talked a few weeks ago about mixing animal prints into warm-weather attire, and these Dolce Vita pumps do it perfectly. If you’re not feeling the leopard, they also come in a beige/rose gold mix.
Jewelry. This open-cuff style ring from Gorjana is simple and chic. Love long pendants? This one from Sequin has just the right amount of sparkle and a cool diamond shape. I also like this shorter necklace from Sabine in gunmetal and gold links.
Clothing. For summer, I really gravitate toward stripe dresses like this Amour Vert dress for $132. Prefer sleeveless? This BB Dakota dress definitely fits the bill. I also like this white BB Dakota dress that you could dress down with brown sandals or dress up with coral pumps. And do not miss this jersey, maxi dress from Colette.
Need work attire? Try this Michael Kors striped sheath with long sleeves. I love this $59 Tinley Road blouse, it would look great under a suit or cardigan. This Natty Front top from BCBG in blush pink really caught my attention. And this soft grey Pim + Larkin cardigan is perfect for chilly nights at the shore or the chilly, AC-driven cold in your office.