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Sofie D’Hoore Dress

According to Anne McNally, an Air Mail Editor at Large and part-time resident of Litchfield County, Connecticut, one mustn’t even contemplate visiting her bucolic region without a stop at Plain Goods. While you likely won’t be weekending in the area anytime soon, this charming shop stocking housewares, furniture, and stylish yet serviceable fashion remains open online. The store’s curators select all the pieces with the utmost discernment—one truly can’t go wrong shopping here. But for these unusual times, we’re partial to this W.F.H.-friendly dress by Belgian designer Sofie D’Hoore. Oh, the styling possibilities! For the time being, however, it doesn’t need much. In just a few weeks, imagine it with espadrilles, bangles, and a printed scarf … ($580,


Your Daily Greens

Many of us are eating like college students these days—heavy on the pre-packaged pantry staples, and light on the fresh fruits and vegetables. Such are the times, and so a greens supplement is more essential than ever. Your Air Mail style correspondent is partial to WelleCo the Super Elixir, formulated by nutrition expert Dr. Simone Laubscher. It’s a combination of vitamins, enzymes, pre- and probiotics, and fruit and herbal extracts, all intended to make the body function, and look, its best. (Elle Macpherson is a co-founder of the brand, if you require any proof of its efficacy.) Mix two teaspoons a day with water—the taste will grow on you, we promise—and go about your business. ($80,

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A.P.C. Sweater

The late Karl Lagerfeld once said, “Sweatpants are a sign of defeat.” That may be the case, but in these times, all style decrees are suspended. Besides, in a work world now dominated by Zoom, it’s really only your top half that counts. Which is why a new spring sweater may be in order: specifically, A.P.C.’s ivory number, made of pima cotton and decorated with an open-weave diamond pattern. When worn with a button-up underneath, it means business, while retaining comfort. And if you pair it with sweatpants, hey, we’ll never tell. ($280,


Tod’s Indoor Loafers

Elegant loafers are the only shoes you really need when you’re living exclusively inside. We’re partial to these cream canvas beauties from Tod’s, which proclaim the arrival of spring, especially since most of us aren’t exactly experiencing it in quite the way we’re used to this year. The navy croc-effect leather trim feels especially fresh, and ensures that they look equally smart with pants and skirts alike. ($675,

Issue No. 38
April 4, 2020
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Issue No. 38
April 4, 2020