What We're Buying: Delicate Necklaces, Perfect Tees and So. Much. Juice.
What are we buying this week? We’re glad you asked. Below, we rounded up a few of the things we found so irresistible, we had to have them. And then talk about them at length.
And we’ll happily return the favor. If you Tweet (@StyleWatchMag) or Instagram (@peoplestylewatchmag) a picture of the item and include #PSWshops, we’ll can showcase our favorites. And make sure to share shots of yourself wearing the item here; you might just see the latest addition to your closet on the site!
Courtesy Wanderlust & Co.
Style News Editor Alex Apatoff: I turned 27 Sunday and decided it was time to treat myself to something a little more mature than my favored giant plastic statement necklaces — that also reflected my ambivalence about entering my late 20s.
This Wanderlust & Co. skull necklace fulfilled both of those needs, plus it made me laugh, plus it’s only $29. Meaning I had money left over in my budget to treat myself to a huge “eating my feelings” birthday cupcake to boot.
Courtesy Nation LTD
Senior Style Editor Zoë Ruderman: Some people may call it crazy to spend a lot on a basic white tee, but I say that if I’m going to wear the hell out of it (and I will), it makes a lot of sense.
Which is why I have no problem dropping the $48 it costs for a Nation LTD V-neck. These tees are perfection — a flattering neckline on any size bust and sleeves that are magically slimming, plus they’re thin and comfy without being sheer/office-inappropriate.
So, you can imagine how pumped I was when we scored an exclusive deal on the tops. Through June 3, you (and ahem, I) get 20% off with the code PSWNationClassicV. Order now before I buy all the ones they have in stock…
Style Director Andrea Lavinthal: The only thing trendier than carrying a Saint Laurent bag right now? Carrying a bottle of juice, preferably a green one.
But being that the PEOPLE.com style team is more into cupcakes than kale, we figured we’d sit this healthy fad out. That is, until the co-founder of Suja Juice showed up at our office with a giant box of the brand’s 100% organic cold-pressed blends. After a taste test, we were hooked on the stuff (check out one of our favorites at left) and are even contemplating doing a group Suja cleanse soon.
Inspired by our newfound love of juice, we decided to order “lunch” from Liquiteria, the original juice press in NYC. They call their smoothies “liquid meals” and they’re not kidding. We couldn’t believe how full we felt after drinking the shakes. That’s not to say we’re abandoning baked goods altogether. We just now have a virtuous alternative for tight-jeans days.
Tell us: What are you buying lately?