Delicate | Sézane Eduardo Jumper and Everlane Jeans
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Happy Cyber Monday! If you’re still in a shopping mood and you didn’t blow all your budget on Black Friday deals or Small Business Saturday deals like I did, be sure to check out my last Coffee Chat post where I do a HUGE roundup of deals you can still get! I did some damage this weekend but I’m so excited to share with you guys a few of the pieces that I ordered that have already arrived. I introduced two new and amazing brands into my wardrobe this weekend and I can’t be more thrilled to share them here!
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I have been seeing this brand pop up more and more from other high-end and sustainable bloggers I admire. I browsed the Sézane website and took an immediate liking to all of their pieces! Like most of the other brands I’ve recently started to take a liking to, Sézane is an ethical French brand whose style can be described as “Parisian vintage,” which pretty much means they’re not going to have any Cyber Monday deals (trust me to fall in love with expensive brands). Unfortunately for my bank account, Sézane pieces aren’t cheap but after a few glasses of wine on Thanksgiving, I hit the purchase button on two gorgeous sweaters and fabulous boots! I paid a hefty price for them but I was reminded of my mom who still has pieces in her closet she got before I was even born that have come full circle into being trendy again - some of which I am planning on “borrowing” from her at some point. These Sézane pieces will be similar, great-quality pieces in my closet that maybe my future children or grandchildren (if I ever have them) will want to thrift from my closet. This Eduardo jumper is a piece I know I’ll love for years to come. The lace collar is so pretty and detachable as well!
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This is my first time purchasing anything from Everlane and I’m obsessed! The quality is amazing and the brand’s radical transparency is something I can really get behind! For every piece os clothing Everlane sells, they break down the cost of creating the garment itself - from labor costs, to duties from shipping, and even their markup! Everlane also is an ethical brand with transparent manufacturing practices as well. Since getting these jeans, I’ve since ordered a pair of jeans from the men’s section for Brian (Christmas is going to be an ethical one this year) and a pair of their red suede day heels for myself (I’m SO excited for those).