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Appearing in the March 2017 issue of InStyle Magazine, model Isabeli Fontana takes on spring florals. The Brazilian beauty channels feminine glamour in colorful prints with opulent jewelry. Photographed by Hanna Tveite, Isabeli looks super glamorous in the designs of Carolina Herrera, Michael Kors Collection and Dolce & Gabbana. Stylist Sam Broekema dresses the brunette in a mix of elegant dresses as well as more edgy separates.
EDITORIAL: ISABELI FONTANA STARS IN INSTYLE MARCH 2017
Model Isabeli Fontana poses in Carolina Herrera silk and polyester dress with floral prints. Earrings by Forevermark Maria Canale.Isabeli Fontana poses in Louis Vuitton pullover sweater, lace leggings and earringsStriking a pose, Isabeli Fontana models Coach 1941 silk dress with lace details and Hearts on Fire earringsIsabeli Fontana models Michael Kors Collection floral print dress with Chanel Fine Jewelry necklace (worn as headband)Looking chic, Isabeli Fontana wears Givenchy collar and dresses with Bulgari jewelry
When it comes to sandal season, there are so many options out there. But the one trend that you will not regret trying is the slide. Vince has created a super cool and contemporary style, complete with a block heel. Featuring suede straps, the Charleen Sandal comes in three color ways. Choose from navy blue, dusty pink or classic black. Wear with a flirty dress or your favorite jeans for the perfect warm weather look. Priced at $325, you can find out even more about the sandals at Nordstrom.com.
Celine is totally rocking the fashion world with its IT bags and now that its Belt Bag is returning in a new and improved version. So introducing the Celine Diagonal Quilted Belt Bag, which could totally add punch to your daily ensembles.
If you’re a die-hard Celine lover, you’ll remember that its Belt Bag has been released in its Spring 2015 collection and ever since gained love and popularity among the bagaholics’ community.
With its minimalistic approach and less drama going on, this Diagonal Quilted Belt Bag is just what you need to go through a tough day. What we love about this new look is that this is the first time that Celine’s belt bag comes in a quilted version! And oh, its not just any ordinary quilting, it’s quilting with diagonal stripes.
Perfect as an everyday go-to bag, this beauty right here might be your next office bag staple as you can easily accessorize and pair it over your office outfits. Its moderate size and roomy interior allows you to carry your essential things such as your smartphone, make up kit, wallet, and even your iPad!
And now for the details:
Celine Micro Belt Bag In Diagonal Quilted and Calfskin
Style code: 180153AS6.10PB
Size: 9’ x 8’ x 4’ inches
Price: $2650 USD, €1850 euro, £1700 GBP, $2900 SGD, $17500 HKD, ¥285000 JPY, ¥16500 CNY
Celine Mini Belt Bag In Diagonal Quilted and Calfskin
Style code: 176103AS6.38NO
Size: 11’ x 9’ x 6’ inches
Price: $2700 USD, €1950 euro, £1800 GBP, $3100 SGD, $19000 HKD, ¥305000 JPY, ¥17500 CNY
THESE ARE THE TIPS YOU NEED TO GET THE BEST DEALS DURING SALE SEASON AND BEYOND
Every Thursday afternoon for the past five years, give or take, I've crept around the Internet's sale sections both great and small to find the best discounted designer bags for a little feature we call Bag Deals. In that time, as you might have imagined, I've noticed some patterns, learned some tricks and assembled a mental checklist for finding and evaluating the best sale pieces, even when sale season seems like a distant memory.
Spring sale season starts in a little over a month and Friends & Family sale codes are starting to circulate for some retailers, which means this is a big time of year for bag lovers. With that in mind, now seemed like a good time to share my tricks of the trade with you so you can stock up your warm-weather wardrobes in style.
Some of the tips below are sort of common sense if you're an experienced online luxury shopper, while others are a little more intricate, but it's easy to lose your head when a sale launches and forget everything you thought you knew, so here's a little cheat sheet for when things get overwhelming.
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1. Watch the Calendar
Major designer sales launch twice a year: circa Memorial Day and circa Black Friday. That's fairly well-known among high-end shoppers, but it's easy to forget when one of those periods is coming up because there's so much time between them. Shopping within those periods will give you the best selection of discounted goods in popular colors and sizes, although the beginning of sale season can also be a frenzy of competition among shoppers that gets a little overwhelming if you're just browsing and waiting for inspiration to strike. That bag you never dreamed would go on sale? It might be sold out by the time you click the link.
Still, sale season is well worth paying attention to, especially if you're looking to splurge. During sale season, we cover launches and stock in fairly minute detail, so if trying to find your needle in the haystack seems like too much work, check in with us and we'll have a bunch of resources to help you find your way.
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2. Know Your Retailer
Sale policies and practices vary widely from site to site. Some retailers, like Net-a-Porter, only host a sale section twice a year and announce publicly when they've taken additional discounts or added new stock. Other sites, including traditional American department stores like Neiman Marcus, host a sale section all year that's periodically restocked with random bags like one-off returns or overstocks from previous seasons. With these retailers, it's very much possible to score something fantastic during non-sale periods, but you have to check in often and strike quickly when something good pops up, because there are usually only one or two pieces available.
It's also worth knowing a store's shipping, return and price-matching policies when evaluating whether or not something's a good deal. Some retailers won't allow returns on sale items at all or below a certain percentage of discount, which makes a purchase riskier if you've never seen what you're buying in person before, and even if you can return a bag, shipping fees can rack up if a retailer doesn't cover them. Also, stores that offer price-matching with other retailers or with their own additional discounts within a set period of time (usually seven days) give you additional peace of mind that you've gotten your best deal for exactly what you wanted. That's especially handy during sale season, when the same bag might be on sale at multiple retailers and discounts can change quickly.
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3. Be Flexible on Color
For most popular bags, there are colors a brand makes every season that are considered part of a permanent collection (that usually includes neutrals like black, tan or cream) and more seasonal colors than may only live for a single collection. It's the seasonal colors that are most likely to go on sale because they can't hang around on store shelves once new stock arrives, so shoppers can often save some money if they shift their expectations from black to gray or from tan to burgundy. It's still possible to find permanent colors on sale sometimes, but they're generally at a lower discount and require quicker action than their seasonal counterparts. Overall, the best deals go to those willing to work, say, purple or green into their wardrobes.
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4. Sort Carefully
Some of the best deals on designer bags between sale seasons can be had at discount-only sites like Barneys Warehouse or THE OUTNET, but discounters tend to have a lot of stuff that's been hanging around for a while that you have to sort through. Usually, though, any site's sale section can be sorted to see the most recent arrivals first, which gives you the best chance of spotting something that just arrived and will get snapped up quickly.
Also, sorting by brand can also be a big helper when looking for the most-prized pieces in a big sale stock, and if you're on a mission, it can also help stop your eye from wandering to impulse purchases. On the other hand, if you want to look at only a site's premier designer sale offerings instead of lower-priced stuff, sorting by price and choosing high to low will bring all of them up to the top.
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5. Check Smaller Boutiques and International Sites
When most high-end shoppers arrive at sale season, they head directly toward a half dozen of the biggest luxury retailers on the internet. While it's true that those sites generally do have the largest selections, they may not be the best choice for someone shopping later in sale season or looking for a bag on sale that retailers with huge customer bases don't need to discount. In those situations, checking out the selection at indie boutiques liked FWRD, SSENSE or Kirna Zabete might yield better results because smaller stores doesn't have as much of a logistical capacity to carry inventory from season to season as a department store with many locations and a large web presence does.
Similarly, stores from outside the US, such as MATCHESFASHION.COM and mytheresa.com, primarily serve customer bases with slightly different tastes than those of US stores, so their selections are likely to include some things that are more scarce at American retailers. Also because of those different tastes, international retailers are theoretically more likely to discount certain bags that didn't end up being as popular with European customers as they were in the US. Maximizing variety is important in getting good fashion deals, and for that purpose, you need to look beyond your old favorites. If you're hesitant about shopping from retailers outside the US, there's no need to be--we have a handy guide to answer your questions and get you started.
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6. Be Realistic About What Will and Will Not Go on Sale
Some bags just aren't going to go on sale within the timeframe that you want to own them, and there's nothing that can be done to will that into happening. When it comes to sale shopping, it's important to focus on solving only the problems that are actually within your control. Sometimes you might need either to buy at full price or adjust your criteria.
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7. Consider Pre-Owned Options
Even if a bag doesn't go on sale, something else will happen at some point, though: a person who already owns it will get sick of it. Over the past few years, it's become increasingly likely that person will then sell it online, often in near-new condition, at one of the many secondhand designer consignment sites that have popped up across the Internet. We have a full breakdown of how to make sure you have the best experience possible when shopping pre-owned bags online.
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8. Be Patient with Discounts
If you're willing to admit the bag you love is maybe a little weird, or maybe the color you prefer is one a lot of people might not appreciate, it might be worth it to wait and see if a retailer takes an additional discount, especially during the first few weeks following the launch of a new sale. The most sought-after bags will almost always disappear before their prices lower any further, but if your tastes run a bit eccentric, you can probably wait a little and get a better deal. By the same token, I've noticed that some prominent retailers don't even add the best stuff to their sale sections until a couple days after a seasonal sale has launched, or as late as second discounts. If you don't see the bag you want immediately, don't lose heart just yet.
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9. Watch for Discount Codes During Full Price Season
Friends & Family sales started as a way for employees of a store or brand to share their employee discount with, you know, actual friends and family. Now, most big retailers have a "Friends & Family" sale with a publicly available code, which is usually good for 20% off most of a store's full-price inventory. Those and "Buy More, Save More" sales, in which your discount gets bigger with the more money you spend in a single purchase (usually topping out around 25%), are your best chance for grabbing a bag you've never seen go on sale at a hefty discount, and they usually come around six to eight weeks before a sale season launches at most larger retailers.
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10. Don't Buy Something You Don't Love at Full Price Just Because It's on Sale
The best way to save yourself both money and stress is to remind yourself that buying something you don't love just because it's 30% off is actually a way bigger waste than waiting a little longer, saving up and buying what you love at full price. It's far better to have a couple pieces in your wardrobe that you adore and use constantly than to have a closet full of things you wore twice and resented forever after.
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11. "Sold Out" Doesn't Always Mean Sold Out
Some stores are better at online inventory control than others, and sometimes when you click through to a product page, you'll get a note that the bag is actually sold out. This is especially true during sale season, when people are putting things in their carts left and right. Depending on how the site counts inventory, that bag might come back in stock very quickly when someone either cancels their cart or makes an order and then quickly cancels it. If it's a bag you know you'd buy if it were available, keep it open in a tab for a couple days and refresh it every now and then. You never know! Also, it may well be worth check back on that sale section in a couple weeks--returns pop up all the time.
Free People Joshua Tree Tee and Beach Club Bandana
Boho fashion brand Free People is teaming up with the National Park Foundation on a collection of custom t-shirts made in the USA. Part of a yearlong partnership, sales of the capsule collection will help contribute to a $50,000 donation to the National Park Foundation. Priced at $68 per shirt, the pieces feature groovy and colorful designs perfect for wearing with jeans or long skirts. This announcement comes just in time for National Park Week which runs from April 16th to April 24th. Model Lindsey Wixson appears in the official lookbook which spotlights styles great for outdoor activities. Discover more about the t-shirt collection at FreePeople.com.
FREE PEOPLE X NATIONAL PARK FOUNDATION COLLECTION
Free People I’m Sure It’s Velour Hoodie, Intimately Free People Dreamy Morning Bodysuit, Brubaker Track Star Scrunchy Sock and Palladium Pallabrouse Baggy BootFree People Yosemite Park Tee and Soft Relaxed Cut Off ShortsFree People Colorblocked Nylon PonchoFree People Found My Friend Sweatshirt and Beach Club Bandana. OneTeaSpoon Roller Cutoffs.
For Love & Lemons launches spring 2017 Swim collection
For Love & Lemons heads to Mallorca, Spain, for its spring-summer 2017 Swim collection. A trio of gorgeous models soak up the sun in new season bathing suits. From teeny bikini tops to lace coverups and plunging one-piece swimsuits, these silhouettes will bring some sex appeal to your vacation wardrobe. Choose from popular styles such as the ‘Samba’ one piece and ‘Mallorca’ halter neck top.
FOR LOVE & LEMONS SWIM SPRING 2017 LOOKBOOK
For Love & Lemons spotlights red bikinis in spring 2017 Swim collectionAn image from For Love & Lemons Swim Spring 2017 lookbookFor Love & Lemons shoots Spring 2017 Swim collection in Mallorca, SpainModel wears For Love & Lemons Samba Braided Tiny Top with matching bottoms
For Love & Lemons spotlights chain details for Spring 2017 Swim collectionLace coverups are featured in For Love & Lemons’ Spring 2017 Swim collectionBikini styles get spotlighted in For Love & Lemons Spring 2017 Swim collectionModels wear For Love & Lemons Samba Braided One Piece Swimsuit (left) and Samba Braided Bikini (right)A look from For Love & Lemons Spring 2017 Swim collection
For Love & Lemons Samba Braided One Piece Swimsuit $202
Turn up the color with a one-piece swimsuit featuring contrast lace fabric.
For Love & Lemons Capri Scrunchy One-Piece Swimsuit $132
This one-piece swimsuit is far from boring with a plunging neckline and smocked fabric.For Love & Lemons Mallorca Ring Halter Top $105
Say hello to bikini season in this retro inspired halter top featuring chain details.For Love & Lemons Mallorca Hi-Waist Bottom $101
Turn up the bombshell factor with a hi-waist bikini bottom featuring ring accents.