Who said stilettos get to have all the fun? Turn the tables with an espadrille-inspired wedge that’s bursting with color, jute detailing, and (our favorite feature) sexy silk ties. Feeling a bit bow-challenged? Check out our Style It video for how-to tips. It’s a cinch. Literally.
Seersucker. Popped collars. Schooner Regattas. What do they all have in common? An abundance of boat shoe clad prepsters. Our new boat shoe? Far from it. Gone are the predictable leather laces and drab, snooze-worthy color palette (*yawn). Enter the Cantrell: A sun-faded chukka with a seaside feel that sports crisp canvas, creamy nubuck, jute-wrapped soles and a nautical striped lining. Go ahead, rock the boat. We dare you.
Ahhh scarfs. They have the uncanny ability to transform a drab, otherwise lackluster ensemble into a sartorial masterpiece. The scarf is a veritable Swiss army knife when it comes to cold weather accessories.
To pay homage to the noteworthy neckwear we’ve rounded up our favorite ways to tie a scarf. Consider it your own personal cheat sheet that’ll turn you into the scarf-tying aficionado you always wanted to be. You can thank us later.
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Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow
There’s nothing better than waking up to the first snowfall of the season. There’s something magic about everything blanketed in a dusting of white (*cue cracking fire). But before you wage war on the neighbor kids with a barrage of snowballs, suit up in the best kids’ boots and sled-savvy gear of the season. (You can run Hendersons, but you can’t hide. We’re comin’ for you)
We all prayed for them as kids. The beloved snow day. When couch cushions became fortresses and school was a distant memory. Whether you’re curled up reading by the fire or launching a snowball fight of epic proportions we’ve got you covered with the coziest, most coveted winter must-haves. (Can you say cush kid’s boots?) Go ahead, kick back and enjoy the daycation. You earned it.
Admit it. Winter weekends were practically made for slipper fests and bottomless hot chocolate. When the dress code is strictly flannel and napping isn’t frowned upon, but encouraged. So grab your favorite read, load up that cocoa with extra marshmallows, and log some hours on the couch. The family slipper-a-ton starts now. (And don’t even think about getting dressed – no one’s asking you to be a hero. It’s Sunday morning after all.)