Wednesday, June 8, 2011

{line to love} Chance...

There are certain things in my wardrobe wheelhouse that I can't get enough of: 
  • High-waisted skirts
  • Ballet flats
  • White shirts
  • Skinny jeans
  • Gold jewelry
  • Horizontal stripes
On the topic of the last one, most especially nautical navy-and-white stripes, I have totally fallen for a new model of the classic boatneck tee. The line is Chance, and much like the jewelry line, Tiffany Chou, that I highlighted earlier this week, it's mostly coastal-themed pieces. Their take on the Breton stripe is devinely simple, and also a wallet-friendly jump down from the Saint James model, at just $60. My beloved striped shirt from H&M (seen above and many times over on this blog) is on it's last legs. This long-sleeve version in a higher-quality cotton will be the perfect replacement, and an upgrade.


I encourage you to browse around their online shop, and dare you not to fall for their super chic basics and sea-breeze worthy wares.




10 comments:

  1. Sounds like a great line! I'm in the lookout for a new boatneck striped shirt as well (my favorite one J Crew has seen better days). Thanks for the recommendation!

    Sarah

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  2. Heading to check the site...adore the espadrilles!!

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  3. Never heard of this shop and I am loving their home goods. I already own about 3 striped tees, but a girl can never have too many ;)

    xo Lynzy
    www.sparklingfootsteps.com

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  4. I've never heard of this shop either, but I am about to check it out! I am in dire need of a new, lightweight striped tee for summer.. just snagged a pink & white one from H&M actually, but blue and white is needed!

    XO Marissa

    http://tastesandstyle.blogspot.com

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  5. Where did you get your skirt?!

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  6. In love with the skirt as well. Do you know where you got it?

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  7. Would love to know where the skirt comes from as well..that outfit is AMAZING.

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  8. where did you get the skirt?!?!

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  9. the skirt is practically ancient - but from Urban Outfitters!

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