As promised, we’re going to be doing a haul post every week about what Lucky editors bought over the past few days. Watch out–shopping is our leisure sport, so that means tons of stuff each week for you to ogle. For us, it just means another way to justify filling our already full closets.
Stephanie Trong, deputy digital editorCouldn’t resist this iPhone holder from old-school Italian leather company Il Bisonte. Seriously, the design is genius–tug on the string and your device pops out. It’s like an iPhone toaster!
Double take–Alison Syrett, online editorial assistant,
picked up the same case!
I also swung by Il Bisonte’s Soho outpost to pick up this buttery soft leather iPhone case in hunter green. Useful and cute!
Caroline Waxler, digital content directorI bought these Lauren espadrilles. I spotted them at a royal wedding watching party and have been thinking about them ever since. After some digging, I found them on Zapposand if you’re on the hunt for something inexpensive and stylish, look no further.
Rachel Siegel, associate online fashion editor Even though I somewhat spontaneously purchased these while on a shoot at Creatures of Comfort, they have been in my online shopping cart for months now. And who doesn’t need a pair of caramel-colored, makes-any-ankle-look-thin Rachel Comey bootie for spring/summer? Valid justification? I think, yes! Looks like they’ve sold out on the Web, but you can check out more from Ms. Comey right here.
Jenna Gottlieb, editorial associate
While prowling for new spring everyday basics at Zara, I stumbled upon these not-so-basic shocking pink stiletto sandals. Impractical? Perhaps. Must-haves? Definitely.
John Jannuzzi, Style Collective editorI keep seeing people in the city in green army jackets and was inspired to pick one up for myself. After checking all my usual haunts, I came across this red version by Kitsune at Opening Ceremony. It seemed like a nice alternative to the much more common green and definitely adds that oh-so-talked-about “pop of color” factor. If you’re considering getting a lightweight jacket for the milder months, try picking one up in an unusual color.
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