18 Pretty J.Crew New Arrivals I’m Planning My Entire Winter Wardrobe Around


I truly feel like a broken record at this point, but J.Crew just keeps getting better and better. This is probably why I’m finding that my size is sold out more and more frequently when I don’t jump on something I have my eye on right away. But the new November collection is so good that I’m determined to not let that happen this time around. The collection is filled with wearable winter gems that will work for casual and fancy occasions alike.

The first thing I noticed about the new collection is how pretty it is, but it’s not pretty in an obvious way. It’s pretty in a cool, under-the-radar way in the form of a sleek red tuxedo vest and a low-key sequin miniskirt. If you stick with me for a bit, you’ll see what I mean, as I selected the best “stop what you’re doing” new arrivals of the bunch. Scroll on to add them to your cart before they inevitably fly out of stock.

I love jackets like this because all you need to wear with them is jeans and a pair of ballet flats, slingbacks, or kitten-heel boots.

I haven’t stopped thinking about this dress since I first laid eyes on it.

I like that this doesn’t have any bells and whistles—aside from being covered in sequins.

Classic Fair Isle gets the trend-forward treatment.

Yep, this is the pretty tuxedo vest I was referring to. 

It’s the double bows for me.

This is the type of piece you’ll want to hang on to forever.

And she’s on sale.

I’ll be copying this entire outfit.

Not your average run-of-the-mill metallic pumps.

This looks like it’d be as soft as a cloud.

I don’t usually think of barn jackets as pretty, but this one’s the exception.

Now, that’s a chic skirt.

A chic swap for a basic striped shirt.

The perfect finishing touch to an all-black outfit.

It’s velvet season.

If I owned this fluffy creation, I wouldn’t want to take if off.

I love the classic cut juxtaposed with the fun color.

This post was published at an earlier date and has since been updated.

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