Fashion-forward movie buffs will recognize Jack by BB Dakota as the label behind the “Twilight jacket” — the iconic blue hoodie worn by Kristen Stewart in her career-making performances as Bella. BB Dakota’s feminine, vintage-inspired clothing had been a favorite among tastemakers and fashion editors long before the company began making clothing for A-list actresses to wear on-screen. In 2007 BB Dakota's mother-daughter leadership team Gloria and Katherine Brandes partnered up with designer Nikki Chapman to launch Jack by BB Dakota: an edgier, "effortlessly hip" clothing line that explores the middle-ground between masculine and feminine. The younger sister to BB Dakota, Jack features sporty outerwear (the "Twilight" jacket — officially named the Nicola — is an example), little black strapless dresses, and on-trend, bold-print separates.
Luckily for lovers of all things intricate and romantic, the craft movement that's taken hold in recent years shows no sign of letting up. (Just ask our men's team about their fascination with hand-knit ties.) This sale pairs two of our favorite woven fabrics, crochet and lace: The pieces here are irresistible, whether mixed and matched for an all-over feminine look, or paired with edgier pieces for a great contrast effect.
You may not be heading to the classroom this September, but who says you can't indulge in some back-to-school shopping? Channel your inner prepster with boyish blazers, plaid blouses, and pleated pants. And why not accessorize the part with canvas low-tops? Patterned travel umbrellas, carry-all totes, and cute, walkable flats round out this eclectic array.
Mix and match some of your favorite names in fashion, like Marc Jacobs and Cynthia Steffe. This fall sale is a grab bag of amazing essential accessories and separates; we've got it all: shoes rendered in luxe leather, soft suede, and cool metallics, to soft wraps and scarves, to carry-all hobos and ultra-flattering dresses perfect for the season. Finish your week in style!
The long and short of it: In this sale, find two of our favorite dress styles for summer. Those who want to bare some leg will find plenty of minis to love here, from curve-hugging halters to blousy caftan styles. On the other end of sartorial (and hemline) extremes, you'll find iterations of the always-flattering maxi dress, from boho-chic florals to versatile neutrals.