A.L.C. Pop-Up shop in San Francisco

ALC pop-up shop sample sale

A.L.C. has a pop-up shop in San Francisco! This happens to be one of my favorite brands when shopping for fashion week outfits. So, when I found out there was a pop-up shop in the city, I had to go!

A.L.C. always has fashionable clothing which reflect current trends in an understated way. Thier clothing is high quality, and fits really well. I can pull my size off the rack and know it will fit every time. I have never needed alterations, A.L.C. just fits!

The pop-up shop in San Francisco is really exciting because they are offering pieces from recent collections in 2018 and 2019 at 75% off retail prices. Wh-aaaaaat??? Yes, you read that correctly. This means the floral silk blouse I picked up, which retails at $345, was $86.25 at the pop-up shop. I also snapped up an on-trend stripe dress with fabulous puff sleeves which normally retails at $195 and is $48.75 at the pop-up shop. Those are amazing deals!

Outfit details: blouse c/o A.L.C. avl at the A.L.C. pop-up shop SF / earrings / jeans / handbag / nail polish / cuff / bracelet / boots /

This is the beautiful silk floral blouse I picked up at the A.L.C pop-up shop in San Francisco. It looks great with jeans, or for a dressier look, a black skirt or black pants.

Outfit details: stripe dress c/o A.L.C. avl at the A.L.C. pop-up shop SF / earrings / cuff / bracelet / nail polish / handbag / shoes /

This is the stripe dress I picked up at the pop-up shop. It’s a fabulous summer dress which can still be worn in the fall season. It will look cute in the spring/summer with sandals or espadrilles; while in the fall, I like how it looks with loafer slides.

Although the collections for sale are from 2018 and 2019, they are still reflecting current trends for 2020 and into next year. A.L.C. creates fashionable clothing with longevity, so you don’t have to worry about investing in a piece which reflects a fleeting trend, the clothing is fashion-forward; meaning it will last for several years.

Shopping at the A.L.C. pop-up shop in San Francisco is safe and easy. It feels really luxurious when you’re inside since they limit the number of customers shopping at a time. This means you have the store almost to yourself! It’s like a private shopping experience. They also require masks and offer hand sanitizer to keep us all safe. Love it!

You can visit the A.L.C. pop-up shop in San Francisco at 2011 Fillmore Street. For more information, please see details online here.

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*thank you to A.L.C. for partnering on this post. all thoughts and opinions are my own

Plaid skirt and turtleneck sweater

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Pictured: Sunglasses: Chanel / Earrings: Kendra Scott / Lipstick: Chanel Melancholie / Turtleneck Sweater: White + Warren / Necklace: Kendra Scott / Skirt: ALC (also seen here at NYFW) / Handbag: Tory Burch (on sale!!) (review here) / Ring: Kendra Scott / Nail Polish: Nars Black Fire / Boots: Tory Burch

This plaid skirt and turtleneck sweater combination is one of my favorite outfits for winter. It is warm and cozy, and perfect to wear for meetings, the office, and church on Sunday. Love that!

I originally purchased this plaid skirt for fashion week in early fall. I fell in love with it the first time I wore it. It is extremely comfortable, and the tie at the waist is very on trend for the season. I also love the plaid, which is easy to wear with any color combination. Of course, since I love black, I paired it with black, and a pop of blue.

This plaid skirt and turtleneck sweater combination is warm and cozy in the cold weather. I can walk outside in forty degree weather, without a coat, and feel comfortable. With a coat, it becomes a warm ensemble for when the temperature dip below forty.

I just purchased this White + Warren turtleneck sweater for the winter months. It is a classic turtleneck sweater which is extremely comfortable, cozy, and versatile. It works well with skirts for  a dressier look, and also jeans for an easy, casual look. When paired with a blanket scarf, no jacket is needed! I know I will wear it for many future winters!

This is definitely going to be my go-to outfit this winter when I need to look dressed up, and also stay warm!

These photos make me smile. It was just starting to rain outside, and my nine-year-old daughter wanted to take my picture. Since she didn’t want to get wet, my seven-year-old son held a giant umbrella over her so she could take pictures, and stay dry. It was the cutest thing! How often do siblings work together? They usually fight over who gets to do what!

I hope you are staying warm this winter. Thank you for stopping by, and stay fabulous!

Plaid for fall

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Pictured: Sunglasses: Chanel / Earrings: Kendra Scott / Lipstick: Christian Louboutin / Top: Frame Denim / Skirt: ALC / Bangles: Kendra Scott / Cuff: c/o Kendra Scott / Nail Polish: Chanel Chataigne / Handbag: Givenchy / Shoes: Prada

Plaid is a huge trend this fall, so when it came time to choose my outfits for New York Fashion Week, plaid seemed like a no-brainer! When I spotted this plaid skirt by ALC, I knew it was not only perfect for fashion week, it would be ideal for my fall wardrobe.

Since the plaid has black, putty, and grey in it, I decided to pick up the black for my top. It felt “New York-ish” to me. Here at home in the suburbs, I would prefer to add a pop of red to the plaid in the skirt for a top. Now, to find the perfect red top for this skirt. . .

The sleeveless top is perfect for early fall weather. When the weather starts to cool down, the addition of a leather jacket is all this ensemble will need to transition to cooler weather. This top will also look cute with flare jeans and boots for casual fall days.

I wore this outfit on day four of New York Fashion Week in September. This was a busy yet fun day. I started the day off with Fashion Shenzhen, then attended RewardStyle’s Rooftop Party, then I had FTL Moda, Georgine, Vivienne Hu, and Art Hearts Fashion. Stay tuned for my coverage of these shows!

This outfit was easy to move in; making it ideal for a busy day of running around mid-town and lower Manhattan. The skirt was comfortable and cozy. I can imagine it in cooler weather with boots and a cozy, ivory sweater. Now, we just need some cooler weather here in the Bay Area!

Photos by Laura Adney/Have Need Want

Shop my New York Fashion Week fall outfit from September 2015 including two additional shoe options for the skirt: