what katie wore: acid wash

sweater: c/o IRO / jeans: c/o IRO / hat: Rag & Bone (a less expensive option here) / heels: Valentino (similar here and here) / clutch: c/o Jonathan Adler / belt: Hermes (a less expensive option here) / earrings: similar here / watch: Cartier (similar here) / bracelet: Hermes (similar here) / v rings: Elahn Jewels (similar HERE) / arrow ring: Finn (similar HERE, HERE and HERE) / bar rings: Dana Rebecca


images by SUKILYNN for TKC

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sorella + tomboy kc for glasses.com

We aren’t that good at keeping secrets. When we have good news, be it ours or someone else’s, it’s very rare that we are able to make it very far without spilling the proverbial beans. We know our limits, so when Glasses.com approached us about collaborating on an eyewear line, keeping the whole process under wraps was harder than going back to yoga after a week spent eating hot-dogs and hamburgers at the Texas State Fair. But taking a cue from Nike we just did it, and the time has come to officially share what it is that we have been up to.

The Sorella + TOMBOY KC collection has officially launched, as we speak, on Glasses.com. Aside from being easy on the eyes (pun most definitely intended), the collection is inspired by the most daring women we know. Women who are unconventional and complicated, and not just when it comes to fashion. They are inspiring because they dare to be themselves – thoughtful, inventive and more supportive than the entire lingerie department at Saks - and have encouraged us to stay true to who we are even when society tells us that it doesn’t like our sneakers. They are women who celebrate differences and revel in individuality. They are the kind of women we want to be. And presumably, because you are reading this, the kind of woman you want to be.

We can hardly wrap these women up into a single over-worded paragraph, so reducing their essence into a pair of frames took some work. Thanks to the killer team at Glasses.com, the Sorella + TOMBOY KC collection turned into the celebration of confident women we envisioned, with colors and shapes as varied and exciting as the ladies they were named for.

So if you are interested in having four eyes instead of two, we have the eyewear collection for you. Be sure and checkout the Sorella + TOMBOY KC collection on Glasses.com and stay tuned for the unveiling and naming of the 14th frame, a task we’ve put on you. Don’t freak out. Trust us, this isn’t the last you’ve heard about this. In the meantime, drop a note in the comment section and let us know which pair are your favs.

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photography: Christopher Brown for Glasses.com // video: The Good Line for Glasses.com

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TKC Lust List: Staying Neutral

With all of the broad-based plans we have for our fall wardrobe – think safari prints one day and bright colored graphic pieces the next – finding accessories that will work for you and not against you, no matter what side of the sartorial bed you wake up on, is the name of the game. Never mind what you pair them with, this collection of structured accents in neutral tones will be the pièce do résistance to any ensemble.

1. Everlane crossbody, $365 / 2. Twins For Peace silk sneakers, $175 / 3. Madewell quilted baseball cap, $32 / 4. Isabel Marant necklace, $92 / 5. Alice + Olivia over the knee boots, $795 (a less expensive option HERE)


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