With Instagram still refusing to let us click links within the app, using it as a blogger can be a bit of a challenge. With endless “where can I get that?” questions surfacing in the comments section (not necessarily on my Insta but just in general) there’s been a few ways companies have figured out how you can “shop the look.” But I thought I’d make this as simple as possible…just by telling you myself.
I had shared with you last Fall that I’d be uploading my Instagrams to Keep where you’d be able to shop them there, however you can only shop one item per image (which isn’t ideal when it comes to selfies). Then there’s a fairly new site/service called LIKEtoKNOW:IT where you can sign up on liketoknow.it and every time you “like” a photo tagged #liketkit on Instagram, you’ll receive an email with links to where you can shop the look. I’ve been doing both for a while now but wouldn’t it just be easier to round up some of my Instas from the week right here on CCF? So that’s what’s happening today. And because not all my clothes are 100% current, there’s a few links to where you can get similar items as well.
I don’t get a chance to do personal style posts all that much so hopefully this will make up for it.
Post stomach-flu selfie.
A night at the museum (the Art Institute to be specific).
A day of meetings.
Yes, at this point I still had to wear a coat.
Coat: Jil Sander (simliar style here). Shirt: Theyskens’ Theory (similar style here). Pants: Frame Denim. Loafers: 3.1 Phillip Lim. Sunglasses: Zac Posen x Illesteva (available in in clear here or a similar style here).
Letting it slide (remember?)
Keeping it casual for Memorial Day.
Not short shorts.
The local tourist.
Proenza on Proenza — just how I like it.
Dress: Proenza Schouler (similar styles here). Bag: Proenza Schouler. Bracelet: Paula Mendoza. Shoes: Robert Clergerie (in silver here, similar style here). Ring: Ellie Jay. Lipstick: Tory Burch (in Scoundrel).
So what do you think? Is this helpful? Uninteresting? Amazing? Terrible? Should I make this into a weekly thing? Let me know in the comments. You know the drill.