Staples for the Spring Wardrobe: TSLL Boutique Additions!

Apr 06, 2017

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A well curated capsule wardrobe takes time, as we all know. It also requires of each of us to visit multiple shops, boutiques, fashion blogs, websites and flip through different magazines. But what if you could find the basics, the classics, the always-going-want-to-have-staples in one location, season after season?

TSLL Capsule Wardrobe Boutique (located in the drop-down menu under “TSLL Shop” on the menu bar) is regularly stocked with capsule wardrobe items for your spring, fall and all-season items. From head to toe: white crisp cotton button-up tops, denim in different styles, nude pumps and black ballet flats, even the simple hoop earrings and day tote, the items you need that are both stylish and versatile can be found.

With the release this past weekend of TSLL Spring Shopping Guide 2017, the boutique has been completely restocked and all links are updated.

And after hearing from readers who didn’t know about the boutique until just recently, I thought I would from time to time write a Petite Post announcing new items that have been added. So hear we go!

Frame ‘Le Garcon’ skinny boyfriend jeans, (color: mentor)

  • My personal, so-happy-I’ve-found-them alternative to the skinny jean option. While I love my skinny jeans, recently, I have found myself wanting something that looks a bit looser, but still reveals a silhouette. With a touch of casual and the ability to be dressed up or down (I am wearing them with nude suede pumps today), these boyfriend jeans are not loose, but not skin-tight either. Hitting just above my ankle (a 29″ inseam, uncured), and a mid-to-high waist, Le Garcon is the missing piece for my all-season capsule wardrobe.

Nashelle small gold hoop earrings

  • After purchasing my pair at a trunk show this past winter, I have worn my small hoop earrings easily 3-4 times each week. They aren’t large and dangling, but rather the perfect size to transition from work to play without looking out of place. And at the great price ($68), they are a steal.

A Classic Spring Trench Coat (Luxury & Budget options)

  • See by Chloé’s linen and cotton trench is an investment, but it is a classic cut in a beautiful color. If you are looking for a spring coat that will easily carry into early fall, rest-assured, this quality item will last for years.
  • LAUREN Ralph Lauren’s water resistant coat is a bit more budget friendly (under $300), and offers the style and color that is timeless.

 

Shop all of these items here in TSLL Capsule Wardrobe Boutique



3 thoughts on “Staples for the Spring Wardrobe: TSLL Boutique Additions!

  1. No trench for me; can’t afford at this time. Although, I have had my share of seeming trenched; my favorite was this London’s Fog that was slightly bigger for me and yet came most handy when we relocated to Washington State by way of driving there; it took about 1 week and our hiatus lasted some 14 months and returned to our home state of Massachusetts; a big mistake on my part because I should have stayed away; anywhere but here; life was dispensed in Washington state as well; which means that I can’t escape the past and those haunting/hounding me. Or I am simply a liar. Thank you for sharing.

  2. I absolutely love my spring trench. I found a Michael Kors one two years ago at a store in Canada called Winners (similar to TJ Max.) The coat originally retailed for around $325 but they were selling it for $115. I felt like I stole it! Recently I’ve seen similar ones for less than that. I also do a lot of shopping in upscale consignment boutiques. There is a local one called Rhyan’s Mess that specializes in high end, gently used, name brand items. Last winter I purchased a $600 wool Lundstrom for $110. This spring? A “like new” Kate Spade for $80 (savings of easily over $300.) Again, theft! There are stores like this almost everywhere. It is unbelievable the number of items that I see that still have the tags on them. Not only are the prices amazing but that is one less thing that has to be made again. This means a smaller carbon footprint which is extremely important to me.

  3. I have an aquascutum trench that I adore and have just bought small-ish white gold hoops as my new earring basic.

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