The Wedged Non-Cons: Ash $150 Take the shoes I was wearing in yesterday's Boutique Critique and throw a wedge on it. Yum. Ready to rock? Go to: A. Turen | 85 Stanton St (btwn Orchard and Allen), New York, NY | (212) 533-8200 I am the ghost of Benny past. I'll show up to haunt you in...

The Softest Cropped Cardi: KristenseN du Nord, $239 This piece immediately warranted a home in the Boutique Critique. The combination of fabrics so delicate on a shape that embraces the moment makes for a must-have. Since the brand's inception in 1996, they have worked exclusively with...

Store owner is an expert on taking a look from evening out dancing to professional, and vice versa, because she was a professional ballroom dancer for so many years, and made costumes for Dancing with the Stars. Here is Boutique Critique's most professional look yet. The Skirt: Myth &...

All of those points and more have driven Fashion Indie to it, making this week's Boutique Critique sustainably sexy. The Sheer Tie Dye Skirt: $175 The dyed effect on this clear piece brings ethereality. It's meant to layer, so I kept my blinding purple American Apparel tights on...

With a slew of varying washes, ankle-lines and a touch of stretch, these jeans are about to get seriously courted. If you're courting Court, go now and get 15% offwhen you mention FashionIndie. The Foxy Bellbottoms: Court, $117 This look started with the house-made jeans. Except for my...

I clothe myself by the philosophy of layering, so to have selected a dress, a single solitary layer of clothing for Look Two, you know this dress must be super fascinating. Got yourself a Court order? Mention FashionIndie and receive 15% off!! The Cutout Maxi Dress: Stylestalker,...

The Catty Dress: Diane von Furstenberg, $168 Diane, known for wrap dresses and dresses and dresses, I fittingly found a DVF dress that accentuated the strong-woman look of the jacket. The leopard print is stealthily spicy beneath the military cut. It's peeking out atop the collar, so it's...

If you saw Boutique Critiqueyesterday, this dress probably looks familiar to you. I'm wearing it again because its versatility begs to be worn on a recurring basic. Court founders and co-owners by Nicole Tondre and Lisa Fuller have a deft hand for clothing that makes sense, and it makes...

With an entrepreneurial sculptor father and high fashion model artist mother, Montreal native Marie-Lise Lachapelle captured the attention of her own celebrity clients with her stunningly delicate jewelry. She made the jump from styling to full time jewelry making in 2005. The Mary Janes:...

in Court, but you've got to be pretty smart to get out of there guilt-free. Thankfully store owners Lisa and Nicole have stocked the store with highly logical pieces. Including this multi- funktional five-way "skirt", and a dress I bought from them a while back by Something Else that zips...

 

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