We've got a theme this week: Black and white!
Whether you're day dreaming up a stylish trip to the French Riviera or just planning your Coachella outfit, there's plenty to love about the sophistication of a little black accessory. Yep, we're updating our tried-and-true LBD with a flirty black romper, and getting ready for our upcoming travels with a dainty black crossbody that blends seamlessly with everything in our wardrobe. Oh, and wait until you see the dreamy flats that landed a top spot on our wish list!
Go ahead—check out the editors' obsessions du jour!
"Spring is here, South by Southwest has started and Coachella is just around the corner, which means it's time to start picking out the key pieces for your festival wardrobe. This black silk playsuit from Zimmermann is my idea of perfection. Flattering, elegant, cool and comfy. Just add a hat - boater, cowboy or wide brim and a pair of kicks - sneakers, gladiators, cowboy and a lot of sunshine!" —Jacqueline Lee, Photo Editor
"These flats are marked wish-list with that price tag, obviously, but a shoe addict can dream, right? I've been taken with the d'Orsay style of flats for a long time, but this pair is serving me that and more with satin, suede and crystal-embellished ankle-straps."—Nicole Adlman, Fabulist Writer
"Every spring I'm on the hunt for a crossbody bag that I can use as my 'traveling purse' for summer adventures abroad. I need something not too heavy, not too small and zippers are a must. So when I saw a picture of The Pearl on Instagram in January I knew I found a LBP (little black purse) that was juuust right."—Cinya Burton, Senior Editor at the Fabulist
"I have an extremely unhealthy love-hate relationship with Target, in that I love everything they have so much that I later hate myself for draining my bank account there. This time, it was this little black-and-white circle skirt. It fits flawlessly, and looks much more expensive than the $23 price tag. In fact, I liked this number so much that I bought it in a floral print as well."—Lindsey Sirera, Intern