Celebs, It girls, and their high-street stores—what’s not to love?
These lucky ladies have access to the cream of the crop when it comes to the latest and greatest fashion finds, so when they support and shop at affordable, stylish retailers like Mango, we’ve no choice but to pay attention. It would almost be irresponsible not to, considering our less-than-cornucopian budgets. Or is that just me? Cool, cool.
If It girls in Mango don’t immediately grab your attention, here’s something that will: 30% off everything at the retailer. That’s right, folx, say thank you to good old Christopher Columbus (
actually don’t) because have we got a sale for you. From now until October 14, use code COLUMBUS19 to get 30% off Mango’s entire collection in stores and online during the brand’s Columbus Day sale.
Seeing how it’s that weird in-between time where days are warmish and nights are
so chilly it’s honestly just rude, there are a lot of wardrobe pieces that make sense to invest in. Ahead, see how It girls and influencers are wearing Mango, and keep scrolling for my picks as well, including the one jacket I can’t wait to get my hands on.
Sophie Turner stepped out for a stroll in the perfect weekend outfit: denim overalls and chunky sneakers.
Gigi Hadid got the square-toe memo and made these boots part of her model-off-duty style at Milan Fashion Week.
Honestly, what we should be celebrating is Rosie HW and her meticulous dedication to sharing her outfit credits on the gram. (NB: Pop a blazer over this halter and make it autumn-appropriate.)
Sienna Miller showing off a two-piece set fit for those of you who live somewhere with a low of 65 in the fall. (I see you, Los Angeles.) Bonus points for the cute pupper, obviously.
Gigi once again—this time with a twist. She styled her look with just one earring. Very forward of you, G.
Katie Holmes has been all over NYC lately and gifting us with outfit inspiration at every turn. This blazer is the latest hero piece to catch my eye.
Shout-out all the way to Madrid to Ana Pizarro for alerting us to this Granny Smith green–and–zebra stripes look that I, for one, didn’t know I needed.
Very Alice from The Politician. Well done, Yoyo.
A monochrome gem-tone look? Color me addicted. Props to Yamila Orozco for showing us how it’s done.
What Olivia Pope would wear on vacation in Jackson, Wyoming—if she ever went on vacation. Anyway, I need it.
Here’s an ironclad fact: Ribbed fabric always makes shirts better.
Pair with a faux-leather topper, and you’ve got yourself an on-trend ensemble.
This one’s giving me Astrid vibes—again, talking The Politician here.
Wear this every day and call it a… day.
Worn with the pants below, this cardigan is a groutfit in the making.
Give the people what they really want: a pop of ankle.
Just everything about this look—not really a sentence but a mood for sure.
The ’70s are calling, and I am picking up the phone!
We say this a lot, but this time it’s true: You can never have too many turtlenecks.
My plaid high school uniform skirt is shaking.
Also shaking: the Fleabag jumpsuit.
Will a faux-snakeskin bag scare away predators in the urban jungle? No, but it will hold your metro card, which is good enough.
Why not be a scoop of Neapolitan ice cream?
Lumberjack but make it fashion.
Next, these five micro-trends are about to blow up.