Looking for a little wardrobe inspo? Our expert stylists have rounded up all of their top picks. From warm tones to flowy fabrics, these staples are sure to get you through the summer in the most stylish way possible.
1. Jenni Kayne Everyday Sweater
2. ALC Bambina Top
3. L’Agence Marguerite Jeans
4. Theory Linen Dress
1. Common Project Blue Dusted Suede
2. Theory Linen Irving Shirt
3. Theory Tremont Bomber
4. Theory Essential Tee
5. Rag & Bone Avery Shirt
6. Theory Tech Raffi Pant
7. Theory Zaine Short
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Father’s Day is right around the corner and we’re rounding up 10 of our favorite choices that are sure to show dad how much you love him. Keep reading for our favorite fashion picks, top accessories, and most effective wellness products.
Vilebrequin is featuring matching father/son bathing suits so all the generation of men in your family can be included, and we’re loving their latest summer-inspired designs.
You can never go wrong with a simple pair of sneakers, and Common Projects is, yet again, killing the game with their line of summer sneakers. Some of our favorites include a muted, taupe suede and sleek, baby blue leather.
No father has ever been known to be disappointed upon receiving a Rolex, and a vintage watch is sure to endure the style-test of time.
It wouldn’t be a BREE JACOBY gift guide without some custom! Let the BREE JACOBY stylists design a perfectly tailored shirt for the dads in your life, according to their style preferences.
Once we start talking custom, we can’t stop. Custom cufflinks are classy, subtle, and will never fail to remind the recipient of your thoughtfulness.
Calling all wine lovers! This sleek set includes a corkscrew, cork opener, and two stoppers (one for sparkling and the other for red/white).
Late summer nights (and the prospect of an extended quarantine) means more time for mastering classics like backgammon.
For the handy dad, gift this tool kit, complete with 24 beautiful, handmade instruments.
Looking to sneak in some healthy habits for the dads in your life? Check out Hum Nutrition’s comprehensive line of supplements and powders.
Trends come and go, but black-and-white is FOREVER. Our CEO, Bree Jacoby, is the queen of this eternal look. We asked Bree to break down her B&W looks. They range from casual to formal, edgy to preppy, and classic to avant-garde, so there’s something in there for all of you. Here are her tips to owning this style staple:
Balance is everything:
BJ: “I’m all about the distribution of the tones. Include one all-black piece, one-all white piece, and one mixed piece. This way, your looks won’t slip into the realm of monotone.”
BJ: “I know, we basically just swore off color, but it can’t hurt to add a little here and there. To keep it classy and easy, add color in subtle ways through the details of your accessories or the accents on your clothes and shoes.”
Accessories are not an afterthought:
BJ: “Accessories can bring some excitement to an otherwise simple look. Try adding a belt, some jewelry, a hat, a scarf, or even a pair of sunglasses to break up your look and add some texture.”
Follow these three tips, and you’re sure to create a killer B&W look for any occasion. Accessorize, incorporate a color pop, and balance the black and white pieces in your look and you’ll be well on your way to an easy, timeless, and chic AF style.
Confession: I spend a ton of money every month working with an intuitive business coach named Cory. Double confession: it’s 1000% worth it. She was referred to me by a friend and coaches almost exclusively over the phone or FaceTime.
“I get a clearer read on you over the phone,” she said.
“Like, a regular phone call?” I asked, shocked that this was the best option.
“Yea.” Long pause.
I trusted Cory’s confidence in her process although full disclosure, I HAD MAJOR DOUBTS about our first phone appointment. We hopped on our first call, and there was some unexplainable magic to it. I was comfortable, she was comfortable. The distance that the phone call created somehow made me able to connect more deeply. I was more open to talk, to cry, and to dive in. We got through more in one phone call than I had in several in-person appointments with other coaches. It left me wondering, are virtual appointments actually better?
Is anyone else feeling happier or more productive working from home? Are we able to dive deeper from the comfort of our own home? Are we somehow more connected with this distance?
It’s in this spirit of deep connection that we’re launching virtual appointments. We’re excited to do a deep dive into your closet through virtual closet edits, virtual closet organization, and virtual styling appointments. We’ll take the lead and guide you through every step of the process. And we’ll probably really GO THERE, with this beautiful heightened ability to connect we all seem to be sharing right now.
We think its so important that you feel like you have a closet thats functional only filled with with things you love! You know the saying, less is more? We believe it to be true! When you have a closet of clothes that aren’t in color order or an overwhelming amount of clothes that are all similar, it leaves you feeling unsatisfied. Then, you think this to yourself, “I have nothing to wear!” To avoid the dreaded feeling, what we suggest is to buy things that make sense together (outfits) and to do a closet edit once a year.
Get some bags out for your donation pile and go ham. Here is how:
Bree Jacoby’s Rec’s
1. Keep the colors in your closet together. Sometimes we get asked if it matters long sleeves with short sleeves long dresses with short dresses? My opinion on that is it looks a lot cleaner keeping colors together vs style of the items. Keep sections in your closet organized by type ex: Jeans, Tops, Jackets all together. Then, organize it by color within those sections. Voila! You are off to a great start.
2. If you haven’t worn an item in over a year or two, ask yourself why. Is it the style? Is it the fit? Can it be tailored? If your answer is, I do not know how to wear it, Pinterest is a great option for ideas on how to pair that specific item with something. You can get some ideas from our page. If it doesn’t fit because it’s too big, then maybe it needs to be tailored with our friends of Hemster .
3. When you can’t tailor the item and it’s outdated, not in style and it just is down right not flattering, I say take a hard PASS on it! We call that a donate item!
4. Wishlist items should be last on your list. When you now have edited what doesn’t work for you, its super clear to see what you need (insert: sigh of relief!) Make a wishlist for yourself of the things you now need. We have a whole way of edited, so email us should you need anything!