• Abercrombie & Fitch Benni Flannel Shirt
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    Made from soft-brushed flannel, this classic button-down features a traditional plaid pattern, chest pockets, curved hem, and horn style buttons. Vintage Abercrombie Wash, Easy Fit, Imported..
  • Liven Co. Black Onyx and Diamond Round Drops in 14k Yellow Gold
    anthropologie.com
    Ann Ko, the designer behind fine jewelry collection Liven Co., is a third generation jeweler, though she completed studies in chemistry before pursuing a master's degree in gemology. We recently teamed up with her to create an Anthropologie-exclusive collection that, in her signature style, bonds stunning raw materials and quality craftsmanship with a clean, contemporary aesthetic. The result: timeless pieces that you'll want to wear everyday and then pass on to the next generation. By Liven Co. Exclusive to Anthropologie 14k yellow gold, 84 diamonds, two rose-cut black onyx stones. 0.23 carat total weight diamonds Imported. 0.5"L, 0.5"W
  • H&M Lace dress
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    Short, figure-fit dress in lace with a deep neckline at the back, a seam at the waist, and long sleeves. Lined. 93% polyamide, 7% elastane. Machine wash at 40˚
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  • Burberry The Westminster - Mid-Length Heritage Trench Coat
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    The Westminster is a classic fit trench coat with a lightly tapered waist and raglan sleeves. The coat is made in England from cotton gabardine, invented by Thomas Burberry in 1879. The tightly woven cloth is protective against wind and rain, while being lightweight and breathable. Design details reference the coat's military heritage: epaulettes are positioned on the shoulders, a gun flap fastens at the chest and a storm shield covers the upper back. A throat latch and hook-and-eye collar provide further protection from the weather. Placed to ensure complete symmetry, the lining and undercollar are crafted from cotton twill in House check, a design used by Burberry since the 1920s.
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