From an ornate, festive clutch to a classic black leather jacket with a charitable angle, five of our favorite fashion curation sites brought out great statement pieces this week. Take a look at our top picks to kick off your November — and the soon-to-come holiday season — as stylishly as possible.
We’ll stay fashionably dressed up in this knit dress, $197, a featured item this week on Svpply.
1. Hobbs Hills knit dress on Svpply: This flared skirt sweater dress ($197), currently a trending item on social style site Svpply, will help you ditch the long pants yet still stay warm, straight through the winter. We particularly like the of-the-moment cable knit detail.
Skull knuckle clutch by In’s, $115, from AHAlife.
2. Faux Croc Skull Knuckle Clutch on AHAlife: There’s no need to bother with jewelry if you’re carrying this clutch ($115) — after all, the knuckle details double as a four-finger ring. This glossy item should be a hit at any upcoming holiday parties.
Chain sandals from Bali, $145, on L-Atitude.
3. Glam Rock Chain Sandals on L-Atitude: The global style site L-Atitude is already getting into resort season. Their feeling is, why not wear something from the country you just might be visiting? We’re fans of their chain sandals ($145) by Bali Soles, which are, of course, made in Bali.
This bracelet from BRVTVS, $112, is made in New York City and offered as a limited edition on Of a Kind.
4. Double Angle Bracelet on Of a Kind: Sweet and simple, this geometric, handmade bracelet ($112) from BRVTVS is featured this week on Of a Kind, in a limited run of 35. We think it’ll pair nicely with the Hobbs Hills sweater dress shown above.
This leather jacket from Veda ($825) is among the weekly featured items on charitable fashion site Community Collection.
5. Max Classic Jacket on Community Collection: Each week Community Collection launches several designer mini-boutiques, from which 20% of the proceeds are given to a pre-selected charitable organization. Though this leather jacket from Veda ($825) is a big-ticket item, keep in mind that $165 from each one purchased goes to Flying Kites Global, which helps house and educate orphans and abandoned children in Kenya.