Preppy Picks from the SHOPBOP F&F Sale

15 Oct

The SHOPBOP Friends and Family sale is a little overwhelming–I mean, you have like 13,000 things to sift through.

Luckily, you have a great friend (aka ME!) to go through pages and pages of coats and boots and sweaters and round up the best of the best.

Some of my tips for shopping a sale like this is to focus on pieces that are classic (no super trendy platform sneakers, please) or that don’t normally go on sale (like the Tory Burch Revas).

First up, in the Tory Burch group, we have….the Revas.  These are usually not included in the Tory Burch website sales, so the SHOPBOP sale is a great time to pick them up.  (I’ve bought two pairs in the past during this sale!)

The 25% off takes them down to $168.75, which is a pretty great price for shoes you’ll wear every day.  (I’ve completely worn out two pairs of these.)

Colors included are classic black, royal tan, and snakeskin.  A similar style to the Reva is the Serena, which is a two toned suede.

One of my Tory Burch disclaimers is that Revas are a $!&# to break in.  There will be blood.  (Haha.  Okay, not that extreme.)  But they can be painful for the first few wears until the leather starts molding to your foot.  If you want to skip that whole breaking in period but get a similar look, I recommend the Caroline flat.  The elastic is super comfy, and they aren’t as stiff as the Reva.  In the sale, they come in classic black, navy, and a pretty wine.

My last Tory Burch shoe recommendation are the Miller Sandals.  Even though some of us won’t be able to rock these until next spring, they are a comfy, timeless sandal.

Now onto sweaters.

A chunky cable-knit from 525 America

A swingy sweater dress from Club Monaco

Obviously had to include the leopard critter cashmere.

BB Dakota Collar Sweater

Dresses!

Great time to invest in a classic DVF wrap dress

Cobalt Zipper Dress

Norma Kamali knit dress

Equipment Leopard Dress

Into coats…

Madewell Colorblock Coat

Mackage Wool Plaid Coat

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