When I started this column, I said celebrities like Tracee Ellis Ross and Rihanna wouldn’t be covered a lot because their wardrobe is so far beyond what regular celebs wear. I’m breaking my own rule for Tracee Ellis Ross’s purple acetate glasses by Emmanuelle Khanh.
It’s giving “rich aunt who drops off the most luxurious Christmas gifts in January because she spends her holiday in Marrakech.”
Lainey and I are both watching Full Swing on Netflix so I was excited to get a request for Meredith Scheffler’s dress from OG Lainey Gossip reader Emily. (Here’s a clip with the dress.) It’s a white sleeveless swing dress with a drop waist and at first I thought it was a Nike dress but I think I found an exact match here. It’s sold out, which isn’t surprising because in TV there’s often a considerable time lapse between filming and airing. So, with that – an array of white mini dresses by Reformation, Banana Republic (this is more of a poplin dress), Mango, Staud (a button down) and Old Navy.
Another TV request for a piece Daisy Edgar-Jones wore in War of the Worlds. It’s a colour-block teddy jacket and it’s very popular – there are a lot of Google hits on this jacket and I cheated and found it on one of those TV shopping sites (it’s Urban Outfitters and unfortunately long sold out). The weird thing about this jacket is that there are about half a dozen very shady looking websites that claim to sell it and the descriptions/prices are the same on about six websites. I’m not linking because it’s a real “buyer beware” situation. The other challenge is that because we are moving into spring, many of the colour block teddy jackets are sold out or pretty expensive so my recommendation is to choose a favourite colour and get a solid jacket (I have the hot pink Hit the Slopes jacket from Free People) or wait for fall as I feel like the teddy jacket is here to stay. (Thanks Barbara!)