>> The best of what's fresh. From a luxe little yellow satchel to a red pair of Rachel Comey clogs, here are the chicest of the just-in pieces. Click through to shop them all.
On our way home from dinner tonight, DG1 and I conveniently walked past Pixie Market. I spied this gorgeous zippered black leather clutch and had to take a picture. I then went to PixieMarket.com to look up the link info, only to discover that I had no idea the amount of potential this little clutch had. The dual functioning zippers are truly inspirational. Not to mention when closed, it looks like the universal email icon, which I love.
Holy moly, can you believe we're already into the second week of December? If you haven't started your holiday shopping, I suggest you get on it. Check out the sale at Pixie Market for the eclectic girl in your life. Selected clothing and accessories are marked up to 40 percent off. I know my '80s loving Fab cohort would jump for this Motel Bodycon Rose Print Dress ($40, originally $62). Shop fast, sizes and quantities are limited!
For more great deals, check out our site salehabit.com!
Pixie Market, known for their affordable, fashion-forward wares, recently sold out of a t-shirt that closely resembles a blouse from the Fall 2009 Balmain collection. Designed by the brand Phamous, the 95 dollar top features the same striping pattern, shoulder tailoring and sequin-shine as that of the Balmain original.
How endearing is this A.V. Max Striped Bangle ($28, originally $55)? Just the thought of it around my wrist makes me happy.
For more great deals, check out our new site SaleHabit.com!
A recent search for a crazy neck scarf led me to PixieMarket.com. This site is all about originality and stocks items from popular up-and-coming brands such as Supersocial, Sophie Hulme, and Nicholas Morley. Pixie Market is definitely a must-visit for anyone looking for avant garde goods. While you're perusing the site, don't forget to check out the awesome sale section!
When new arrivals pop up on Pixie Market you can bet there will be a statement necklace or two and this week, there's a new offering in that category from Daydream Nation. This yarn choker reminded us of that which we saw on the 3.1 Phillip Lim runway, by jeweler Eddie Borgo. We love the way these necklaces sit as they're easy to wear with just about any blouse or dress in your wardrobe.
We've been stalking this accessories line, Ka Pow Wow, since we first noticed their necklaces were selling out on Pixie Market faster than a pair of black Louboutins do on Net-a-Porter. Ka Pow Wow makes to most wonderful ruffled pieces that, for a little more than one hundred dollars, are a real bang-for-your-buck investment. Spring 2009 was a season where statement accessories happily took the place of it-bags and so we think there's no better time for Ka Pow Wow than the present. Check out various look book images from the brand below.
When you think of sequins you normally think of party frocks and jazz shoes but Pixie Market is changing all that. Now, when you're running to the deli at ten thirty on a school night you can do it in style. This sequin jacket with detachable hood by Sophie Hulme is where it's at and something tells us the Proenza gents would approve.
Their collection might be small this season but we're still loving the suggestive prints from Rabbit On The Run, who we first learned about a la Pixie Market this summer. A bit of style manifesto we're working on is the t-shirt debate and how much and how often it makes sense to spend on such things. One theory is that you should find small designers at stores you really love and spring for a 75 dollar t-shirt over a dozen cheaper ones at Urban Outfitters (the one at left actually costs three times that much--it's a limited edition). Under these circumstances, your wardrobe would be infinitely more interesting and you would actually, in a way, be participating in the process. It's also, aside from the money, really hard to turn down these disco t-shirts--especially when we start thinking of them with opaque tights, heels, and a little jacket. Seems there's a very fine line between strategy and weakness.