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Current Wardrobe Wish List

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:: 1 :: High-rise dark rinse skinny jeans

I am eying the AG Farrah jeans, which have been described by Belle as being her holy grail of jeans.

:: 2 :: Printed maxi dress

I like maxi dresses and am warming up to them considerably, but I don’t want plain, solid colours and I want very pretty prints.

:: 3 :: Pointed Ballet Flats

I don’t own any ballet flats that are pointy and it looks like a classier version of a flat.

:: 4 :: Belstaff Trackmaster Field Jacket

I am OBSESSED with owning a Belstaff Trackmaster Field Jacket in a navy blue or khaki green.

:: 5 :: Grey cashmere wrap coat


The one pictured above is from Burberry and was something like $2500. *horrified*.. but I really like the look and think is looks chic. I’m a sucker for jackets.

:: 6 :: Lanvin ballet flats

I really want a pair of Lanvin ballet flats in nude, navy blue or something interesting as a neutral like a gunmetal grey or something.

What’s on your wish list?

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8 Comments

  1. AC

    have you ever tried Cole Haan flats? they are very comfy. A knock off of the Lanvin flats.

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    1. save. spend. splurge.

      Not yet but I will go give them a whirl..

      I think for flats, I really like the ones with the elastic back. I need to find pairs like that. The rest are not good for me.

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  2. Kendal

    Oh man, that Burberry coat – *swoon. I’m in a bit of a style rut (going on a year or so now, still no resolution), but I have a few basics on my list: quality jegging-style jeans that don’t bunch up or flare out at my ankles; bootcut or flare jeans that don’t make me look 10 lbs heavier or require 6-inch heels; feminine camisoles in neutral tones; and camel booties, Rag & Bone style. I agree with you on the pointy flats – I bought some recently and they’re my go-to’s, and somehow make my once-loved round-toe flats seem child-like. Oops.

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    1. save. spend. splurge.

      Camel booties !! I LOVE MINE. Brooklyn in suede from Club Monaco.

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  3. Kemi

    I love Cashmere coats; I’ve bought two over the past five years from the French retailer Eric Bompard who sell lovely cashmere clothes at relatively affordable prices. Of course when I say affordable I mean that it is in comparison to Burberry etc.

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    1. save. spend. splurge.

      Will take a look!!!!!! I’m interested in Burberry subs.

      Reply
  4. NZ Muse

    So many basics!

    Simple black cardi.

    Black boots.

    Black ballet flats.

    Neutral flats.

    Swimsuit.

    Reply
    1. save. spend. splurge.

      Basics seem to be hard to find in NZ. Have you tried Etsy?

      Reply

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