- Stella McCartney for Adidas Purple Puffer Coat
- Stella McCartney for Adidas Purple Hat
- Mackage Farren Stretch Puffer Black Coat
- Max Mara Camel and Cashmere Black Cap
- Alice + Olivia Julien Puffer Multi-colored Puffer Coat
- Ivy Park for Adidas Green Hat
- Stand Studio Farrah Puffer Black Coat
- Alberta Ferretti Cashmere Red Hat
- Cougar Pillow Black Boots
- Mueslii Puffer Black Backpack
- Portolano Cashmere Black Mittens
And if you were wondering what dievca sold or gave away:
Along with three leather coats and two wool coats. The revamping continues!
The Thanksgiving Holiday is running late this year and that makes the ramp-up to Christmas/Hanukkah very short. With Global Warming in NYC, the whole of Autumn has disappeared. Some good news is that if you haven’t bought your cool weather gear, yet, you can do so with the Black Friday sales in your favor!
Here’s what dievca has been watching:
- Diamond Quilted Down Coats
- Cashmere Mittens
- Chunky Hats
- Cashmere Scarves
- Cashmere Sweaters
Click on the Gallery Photo to find the designer name:
Max Mara Camel Cashmere and Wool Reversible Sweater $795 on sale $330
Missoni Orange Label 100% Cashmere Sweater $800 on sale for $70 with repairs needed.
Garnet Hill 100% Cashmere chunky Sweater in Port Wine $299 on sale for $209
Donna Karan New York Reversible Down Puffer Coat $450 on sale for $160
Modal and Cashmere unbranded lightweight scarf $149 on sale for $80
On a side note: dievca has taken 33 sweaters to resale or Goodwill, 5 scarves, 3 hats, 4 pairs of mittens/gloves, and 4 down coats/jackets. You may be astounded by the numbers, but the lot was from years of collection and were well-loved and used. The replacement pieces are less in number and classics that will last.
Yes, friends and Master are astounded by dievca’s closet.
Natural crochet raffia fedora with latex trim.
Available with yellow, red, green, or black (not pictured), latex tubing. $113.00
For dievca, for Master, for Summer Sexiness
Brooklyn based milliner, Tracy Watts creates handmade and unique designs for both men and women. Since her emergence in 1993, she has stayed true to the craft and the intricate details that set her hats apart from all the rest. Each finishing touch is all done by hand and vintage machinery through artisanal methods. Utilizing both traditional cut and sew and hand blocking methods, her hats are sought after around the world from New York and Paris to Tokyo