J. Crew Fundraiser: The Must Haves!

Last night, Brandon and I attended a fundraiser for the Children's Hospital at the J. Crew on King Street.
I don't have any photos, but trust me when I say that it was a fabulous affair. 
All complete with tasty hors' dourves, italian mimosas, and Georgetown cupcakes! 

After a couple of hours of shopping & trying on, I'm reporting to you the absolute must haves!
Is this not the most perfect, classic satchel?
clean lines, understated, yet a punch of bright color.

I purchashed these matchstick cords in "Charleston Brown," a perfect, rustic color for fall.
I'm loving the brighter colors though!

I can't express how badly I wanted this coat.

This coat is everything.
Enough said.

I didn't try these on, but they are gorgeous flats!
They come in awesome colors, too!

Cafe Capri in Wool


Also fell in love with this excursion quilted vest. 
(Hint: they run big!)

I wore one of my purchases to work today...

This color makes me happy!

Get your own Classic Mini in Felted Wool here:



  1. I am seriously loving that purple color!!

  2. Love your skirt!! Now I'm gonna have to go look for it. :)

  3. A fundraiser at J.Crew sounds like the best and worst idea ever Hah I wouldn't be able to contain myself! Loving the red skirt!

  4. I'm obsessed with the satchel. Love the color!

  5. Love your outfit... the teal accessories really pop!

  6. I almost went to that, but my father in law ended up coming in town- sad I missed meeting you! Loves the skirt it looks great on you!

  7. I've been eyeing cords like that. I'm sure the color you picked are perfect for fall. I want to visit Charleston ASAP. We almost did last summer when we were in Charlotte, but didn't have time. Maybe next year :)

  8. love that SKIRT! they don't have it in my size. sigh!!

  9. Great selection!I love the red coat!
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  10. I wish I had your wardrobe! You're such a style inspiration!


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