The Shop Tart headed to Coplon’s the other day to pick up some amazing eye cream and check out the sale. And that sale is still on. You should go. The prices are great and there’s still a pretty good selection. But she isn’t going to talk about the sale, since you should go see that for yourself. She wants to talk about the new stuff! Everywhere she turned, there were beautiful, lovely things, like this stunningly chic panel maxi dress from Brunello Cucinelli.
This Clover Canyon maxi dress makes the Shop Tart want to slap on a pair of gold flip-flops, pour some housewife sangria, and hit the beach.
Clover Canyon’s explosion of color is a mood booster, n’est-ce pas?
The Shop Tart — who is not nearly as in the know about fashion as some of y’all think she is — found something new. This shift by Italian brand Les Copains is the cutest!
And wouldn’t you love to wear this floaty Diane von Furstenburg dress out to dinner when the weather is warm?
The appearance of a new crop of Castaner espadrilles is always a thrill.
But! We have to get through spring, and it shouldn’t be too tough, with all those lovely patio dinners. (The Shop Tart can’t wait for her first one of the spring!) So what will we be wearing? The Shop Tart found a ton of inspiration at Coplon’s. Proenza Schouler’s printed shirt dress is just perfect.
If you wore that dress with these mad stylish Pierre Hardy wedges, and the Shop Tart saw you out and about, she promises she would be totally cool about it and not run up to you screaming about how AMAZING you looked. PROMISE.
The leather trim Stretford dress by Belstaff is so perfect for going from work to dinner, it ain’t even funny.
Belstaff is all about being edgy but polished. Please wear this with simple gold jewelry and sleek black pumps.
The Shop Tart wishes she had more Celine in her life. She wishes she had this shift. Um…Valentine’s Day is coming? Seriously, she can’t imagine feeling anything less than perfect in this dress.
The Row’s leather a-line mini set the Shop Tart’s heart aflutter. She would totally wear it with a blazer in the daytime and a strappy, silk cami — maybe red, or hot pink, or royal blue! — at night.
Jean Paul Gaultier’s graffiti print dress reminds the Shop Tart of the time she went to France one summer when she was 16 and spent almost every night out dancing, barely making it to language school in the morning, and sleeping it off on the beach in the afternoon. So, this.
Black Halo’s Jackie dress is another classic, perfect to wear to work, dinner, drinks, the next cocktail party, a baptism, or just about anywhere you want to look awesome.
And do you like the Reed Krakoff tote next to it? Lovely, no? You know how the Shop Tart said she wanted more Chloe in her life? The small Marcie saddle bag would be a great start.
Bonjour, Monsieur Givenchy! In winter colors, Givenchy’s Pandora bag is tough and mad chic. Sky blue for spring softens it. Love!
You know that part of spring when you are just done with winter? But it isn’t that warm yet? That’s why you need jackets and cardigans tailor made for the season. Bon soir, Celine!
Erdem is always lovely. (And there was a sweet jersey dress to go with this, but you could wear them separately.)
Are you looking forward to pulling slouchy, loose knit sweaters on with your cutoffs? Or maybe with skinny jeans? Belford knows.
The Shop Tart drifted over to the shoe section to gaze lovingly at the Lanvin flats, with their gently hugging elastic heels and hidden wedge. One of each, please.
And she certainly doesn’t mind the heels!
But…do you want to know the big news? Guess who joined Jimmy, Christian, Pierre, Chloe, and the rest of the gang at Coplon’s? Manolo Blahnik!
The Shop Tart is sure you are just about done scrolling, but — if you have another minute — the Shop Tart spotted a few more things. (Actually? Even more than this, but her iPhone only has so much memory for pictures!)
What are your fashion dreams for spring?
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- Coplon’s, 4825 Forest Drive, 803-790-0015
Happy Shopping and don’t forget to tell them you read it on the Shop Tart!